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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



CORPORATION COMMISSION 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1910 

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COMPILATIONS FROM RAILROAD RETURNS ARE FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910 



RALEIGH 

E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders 

1911 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FRANKLIN McNEILL, 

Chairman. 
SAM. L. ROGERS, 

HENRY C. BROWN, 

Commissioners. 
A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 

O. S. Thompson, Tax Clerk. 

Miss E. G. Riddick, Stenographer. 

J. S. Griffin, Stenographer and Clerk. 



BANK EXAMINERS. 
J. K. DOUGHTON. 

C. V. Brown, Assistant. 



DEPARTMENT 



CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Franklin McNeill, Sam. L. Rogers, Henry C. Brown, 

Chairman. Commissioner. Commissioner. 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



Raleigh, December 31, 1910. 
To His Excellency, W. W. Kitchijs", 

Governor of North Carolina. 

Sir:— We have the honor of transmitting to you herewith, in pur- 
suance to the requirements of law creating the Corporation Commis- 
sion, the twelfth annual report of the Commission. 

Embodied in this report will be found the proceedings and deci- 
sions rendered on all matters of general interest. The cases re- 
ferred to in the report do not represent in full the matters that de- 
manded the attention of the Commission, as there are hundreds of 
inquiries of every conceivable kind touching matters pertaining to 
transportation, corporations, taxation, etc., all of which are given 
attention, necessitating a voluminous amount of correspondence, 
together with the gathering of such statistical statements as are con- 
templated by law, all of which involve a vast amount of labor and 
correspondence. 

There were brought before and considered by the Commission dur- 
ing the year 282 formal complaints, making in all 3,673 complaints 
since the creation of the Corporation Commission in 1899. These 
complaints consisted principally of overcharges, freight rates, storage 
charges, petitions for stations, freight and passenger ; passenger-train 
service, connection of trains, sidetracks, and various other subjects. 
Through the intervention of the Commission new depots have been 
constructed or enlarged at about one hundred different points in the 
State, and 46 industrial sidings put in. Additional train service has 
been inaugurated between various points in the State, and train con- 
nections have been established at many points. 

The report embraces, also, statement of the condition of banks, a 
compilation of the earnings and financial condition of railroads, tele- 



IV 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



phone, telegraph and other corporations doing business in the State, 
together with the valuation of their property as assessed by the Com- 
mission for taxation. 

RAILROAD MILEAGE. 

There are 4,454 miles of railroads in the State, an increase of 67 
miles over last year. The four largest systems, the Atlantic Coast 
Line Eailroad, Seaboard Air Line Eailway, Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road, and Southern Railway, control more than three-fourths of the 
mileage of the State. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad has 947 
miles; the Seaboard Air Line Railway has 616 miles; the Norfolk 
Southern Railroad has 488 miles, and the Southern Railway Com- 
pany has 1,464 miles, the total of the four systems being 3,515 miles. 
Miscellaneous roads, 939 miles, and total mileage of 4,454 for the 
State. 

The total assessed valuation of these and other properties assessed 
bv the Commission is as follows : 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad | $ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway : 

Southern Railway — owned lines r j 

Southern Railway — leased lines . 

Miscellaneous railroads 

Electric light and gas companies 

Bridge and canal companies 

Refrigerator companies 

Steamboat companies 

Flume companies 

Turnpike companies 

Telephone companies 

Street railway companies 

Waterworks companies 

Southern Express Company 

Pullman Company 

Telegraph companies 

State banks 

National banks 1 

Building and loan associations J 

Cotton mill corporations 

Miscellaneous industrial corporations 

Grand total all, corporations assessed 



28,434,900 

12,500,000 

17,701,800 

16,371,401 

11,908,254 

2,220,408 

176,550 

66,341 

86,750 

12,850 

13,025 

1,790,017 

2,035,296 

526,794 

419,099 

258,758 

922,464 

9,699,659 

9,691,232 

5,289,760 

34,249,996 

42,811,392 



197,186,746 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



COST OF ROAD, FUNDED DEBT AND CAPITAL STOCK. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 

Southern Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad- _. 

Miscellaneous roads 

Total, all roads 



Cost of 
Road. 



Funded 
Debt. 



$ 34,127,991 $ 33,757,534 
31,757,384 I 27,128,757 



50,280,638 

1,790,046 

39,439,498 

157,395,557 



40,078,942 

6,589,500 

23,781,836 



Capital 
Stock. 



$ 13,552,346 
13,219,886 
30,494,298 

27,875,867 



131,336,569 



85,142,397 



TAXES PAID. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. _ 

Southern Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. _ 

Miscellaneous roads 

Total, all roads 



297,853.84 
145,098.30 
390,063.57 
71,088.00 
72,750.00 



976,853.71 



EARNINGS AND OPERATING EXPENSES. 





Gross 
Receipts. 


Operating 
Expenses. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 


$ 7,842,682.36 
5,648,473.71 
2,179,934.56 
13,233,882.64 
2,745,816.29 


$ 4,921,657.75 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


3,161,930.51 


Norfolk Southern Railroad. _ 


1,350,147.01 


Southern Railway . 


7,956,195.56 


Miscellaneous roads 


1,881,369.28 






Total. 


31,650,789.56 


19,271,300.11 







Of the gross receipts, $7,973,318.46 were from passenger earnings 
and $23,294,648.82 from freight, an increase in passenger earnings 
over the year 1909 of $619,563, and in freight of $3,205,278— a total 
increase in gross receipts of $3,824,841 and an increase in operating 
expenses of $2,806,501. 

STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES. 



Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Gross earnings 

Operating expenses 

Number of passengers carried. 



$ 9,555,400.00 
4,902,500.06 
1,654,576.81 
1,069,201.92 

18,238,834 



VI 



C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 



Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Assessed valuation. 
Earnings 



$ 3,686,269.00 

80,568.00 

1,743,607.00 

958,354.58 



EMPLOYEES. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- _. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Miscellaneous roads 

Total number employees. 



4,631 
3,399 


6,376 


1,925 


4,073 



20,404 



Average wages paid are as follows : 



Enginemen. 


Conductors. 


Firemen. 


Machinists. 


Carpenters. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. . 
Southern Railway 


$ 


4.68 
5.14 
4.71 
4.04 


$ 


3.65 
3.84 
3.82 
3.04 


$ 1.41 
2.08 
2.32 
2.16 


$ 


3.03 
3.07 
3.09 


$ 2.33 
2.63 
1.80 


Norfolk Southern Railroad. . 


2.96 • 2.03 



ACCIDENTS. 





Passengers. 


Employees. 


Trespassing 
and Others. 


1 


Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured. 


Killed. 


Injured . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


1 


11 


8 
7 
16 

1 


40 
104 
304 

22 

24 


15 
9 

38 
1 

7 


8 


Seaboard Air Line Railway - 




182 
79 
29 
5 


48 


Southern Railway _. _ 


8 


63 


Norfolk Southern Railroad . 


1 


Miscellaneous roads .. . . 




46 









BANKS. 

The growth of banks in number and resources for the past ten years 
has been remarkable, as a comparison will show. The State banks 
were placed under the supervision of the Corporation Commission by 
an act of the General Assembly in the year 1899, and at that date 
there were 65 banks. There are now 348 banks. In 1899 the capital 
stock of the State banks was $2,307,297.00 ; the deposits were $7,477,- 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. Vll 

512.00; total resources, $11,275,490.00. For 1910 the capital stock 
is $8,916,334.55; deposits, $44,666,651.24; total resources, $62,146,- 
551.31. Five reports are called for from each bank every year, 
besides the special examinations which are made by one of the bank 
examiners appointed by the Commission. All of these reports are 
tabulated and on file in the office for convenient reference. 

The table of comparison above shows that there has been great 
progress going on in the industrial development of the State. 

LITIGATION. 

The case of the Corporation Commission against the Norfolk, and 
Western Railway, referred to in our last report, which had been insti- 
tuted and was pending before the Interstate Commerce Commission 
for decision, we are glad to report, has been decided partly in favor of 
the Commission. This was a proceeding brought by the Corporation 
Commission on its behalf and shippers and consumers in the cities 
of Durham and Winston-Salem and points on the line of the Norfolk 
and Western Railway intermediate, between Durham and Lynchburg, 
and Winston-Salem and Roanoke, alleging unreasonable and unjust 
freight rates on all classes and commodities to Durham and Winston- 
Salem from Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, and other western points, 
and, further, that the rates were unduly preferential and unduly dis- 
criminating in favor of Virginia cities as compared with rates to Dur- 
ham and Winston-Salem. While it is very gratifying to know that 
the decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission, as rendered, 
when put into effect, will give some relief, yet the Commission feels 
disappointed that the petition and relief sought was not granted in 
full, as we feel that we were justly entitled to all we asked for, and 
it was hoped that by having the rates properly adjusted to Durham 
and Winston-Salem it would cause other rates in North Carolina to 
be brought in line and unjust discriminations against other North 
Carolina cities removed. Although a unanimous decision was ren- 
dered June 7, 1910, in which it was held the rates complained of were 
unjust, the Commission has seen fit to modify its order from time to 
time so that it will not become effective until April 1, 1911, instead 
of October 1, 1910. Respectfully submitted, 

Franklin McNeill,. 

Chairman . 
Sam. L. Rogers, 

Henry C. Brown, 

Commissioners. 



DECISIONS 

AND 

ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS. 



IN RE WRECK ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY AT REEDY FORK CREEK 
TRESTLE ON DECEMBER 15, 1909. 

The Commission heard of this wreck about 5 P. M., the 15th of December, 
and the chairman and Clerk H. C. Brown went by next train to investigate and 
find out the cause of it. No testimony was taken, but information was sought 
from persons who were on the scene soon after the accident occurred and by 
going to the spot as early as practicable, and the district superintendent was 
called upon for reports from the conductor, engineer, roadmaster, section 
foreman, and others. Before the report was completed, the Southern Railway 
requested the Commission that they be allowed an opportunity to show such 
facts as they deemed pertinent to the inquiry. This was allowed, and January 
12th fixed as the date for such hearing. The Commission thought it proper 
at this hearing to have the coroner and jurors present, as they had been at 
the scene of the wreck and investigated the matter within a short time after 
it occurred, and subpoenas were issued for them. 

The matter was heard on January 12th. Southern Railway Company was 
represented by A. P. Thorn, Esq., general counsel, and Col. A. B. Andrews, 
first vice president. Witnesses were introduced and examined by Southern 
Railway, and the coroner and jurors attended and were examined as wit- 
nesses. The evidence was taken by stenographer and typewritten copies 
thereof made, which are on file in this office. 

The following are the facts as found by the Commission from information 
derived . from personal investigation and from evidence offered : 

The wreck occurred at 6 :33 A. M. Train was No. 11, scheduled to leave 
Danville at 5 :10 A. M. and arrive at Brown Summit at 6 :20 A. M. and arrive 
at Greensboro at 6:45 A. M. Train-sheet record shows that this train left 
Danville at 5 :14 A. M. on the date in question and arrived at Brown Summit, 
which is about 1.7 miles from the place where the wreck occurred, at 6 :27 A. 
M. and left at 6 :28 A. M. ; so that the train was about seven or eight minutes 
behind schedule at the time of the wreck. 

The train consisted of engine 109, express car 370, express car 428, combi- 
nation mail and baggage car 248, colored passenger coach 1211, white passenger 
coach 1432, Richmond sleeper Ephesus, Norfolk sleeper Calpe, in service and 
located behind the engine in the order named, with a dead-head coach 981 on 
rear of the train and coupled to the Norfolk sleeper. 

The engine and train were inspected at Danville and reported in proper 
condition, and put in charge of George H. Coble, conductor, and M. Clark, 
engineer. 

The colored passenger coach, white passenger coach, Richmond and Norfolk 
sleepers, and dead-heart coach were derailed and thrown from the track. 
Corp. 1 1 



2 IST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Twelve persons were killed or died soon after the wreck from injuries received 
in it, and twenty-eight persons received personal injuries. The engine, ex- 
press cars, and combination mail and baggage car were not derailed. 

The derailment occurred about 195 feet from Reedy Fork Creek trestle. 
The colored passenger coach crossed the trestle ; the other cars were uncoupled 
from the front part of the train and some of them fell from the trestle and 
some before reaching it. The trestle is 400 feet long and 25 feet high. The 
railroad track crosses this trestle on a curve of 2% degrees. The track is 
level for about an eighth of a mile on either side of the trestle. The cause 
of the derailment was a broken rail. The rail broken was steel, weighing 85 
pounds to the yard, and manufactured by the Tennessee Coal and Iron Com- 
pany and had been in use about fourteen months. It was on the outside of 
the curve and had 18 ties under it, with 24 inches of stone ballast. There were 
about 13 feet and 10 inches of the rail broken to pieces ; four or five pieces only 
could be found, which measured 5 feet and 6% inches. One piece of the rail 
about 16% inches in length was left in the track and attached to the next rail 
north; another piece of the rail 17 feet and 9 inches in length. was left in the 
track attached to the next rail south. The 16%-inch piece of rail referred to 
above was part of the joint and was spiked to an oak tie on which it rested, 
as was also the rail north of it. The joints north and south of the broken rail 
were fully bolted and tight after the accident. The track at the point of 
accident was laid with suspension joints, that is, with one end of the rail on 
each tie and fastened with Weber joints, one piece of iron on inside of rail, 
and on outside there is first a piece of iron and then a block of wood and then 
another piece of iron, all of which are held together with four bolts. 

The ties under the broken rail were oak ; three or four under the rail were 
sap decayed on edges and weather-beaten. The point at which the rail broke 
farthest north was immediately over a tie which was G x 7 inches. The ties 
on either side of it were 8 x 10 inches. The rail broke at a point immediately 
over this 6x7 tie ; this tie had been in use for some time. 

The coroner and all of the jurors, except one, testified that in using the 
word "defective," in regard to this tie, they meant to convey the idea that the 
tie was too small. The other juror stated that he intended to include also 
cracks or splits which appeared to be caused by some former derailment. 

The 1614-inch piece of rail and the tie were brought before the Commission 
and identified by the coroner and jurors. It was in evidence that the tie was 
sound, and upon inspection it appeared to be so. The evidence was that the 
broken end of the 16%-inch piece of rail was found imbedded in this tie, soon 
after the wreck occurred, by the coroner and jurors. This broken piece of 
rail showed a latent defect, as did also several of the other broken pieces of 
the rail which were exhibited to the Commission. This defect in the rail was, 
in the opinion of a number of witnesses, the cause of the breaking of the rail, 
and the sole cause. It was in evidence that if there had been no tie where 
this one was, with the 8 x 10 oak ties on either side within 40 inches from 
center to center, as the oak ties were found in the track, this would have 
been a safe track with an 85-pound steel rail. 

The break of the rail at the farthest point north indicated that it had been 
cracked for some time — that is, the break indicated that there was a crack on 
the bottom or T part of the rail all the way across it. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 6 

It was in evidence that the Southern Railway has employed an engineer 
of maintenance of way, roadmaster, supervisor, section foreman and gang, 
whose duty it* was to keep that part of the road on which this accident 
occurred in good and safe condition. 

From the foregoing facts, the Commission is of opinion that the latent 
defect, known as the ''pipe" in the rail, was the cause of this derailment. 
This defect was in the manufacture of the rail, and could not ' have been 
discovered by the railroad company. 

The Commission is of opinion that the rail broke first at the point 105 feet 
north from the trestle about 16^2 inches from the joint and immediately over 
a small weather-beaten, but sound, oak tie. From an inspection of this tie 
and the pieces of broken rail, we are of the opinion that the defect in the rail 
was the cause to which the wreck is to be attributed. 

It is ordered that the Southern Railway Company pay the cost of the wit- 
nesses summoned by the Corporation Commission, which will be taxed by tbe 
clerk of the Commission. Franklin McNeill. 

January 19, 1010. Chairman. 

J. W. GARRISON v. MORGANTON WATERWORKS COMPANY— IN RE 
ASSESSMENT OF THE MORGANTON WATERWORKS COMPANY. 

This is a proceeding begun by J. W. Garrison, tax collector for the Morgan- 
ton Graded School District, a district comprising the town of Morganton, in 
which the Morganton Waterworks Company's plant is situated. 

For the convenience of the parties the matter was heard in the courthouse 
in Morganton on February 10, 1910. A. C. Avery, Jr., Esq., was present and 
represented the petitioner. Mr. James V. Pomeroy, president of the Morganton 
Waterworks Company, was present and represented his company. The Mor- 
ganton Waterworks Company asked permission and was allowed to file a 
written answer. 

Evidence was offered by both parties, which was taken by stenographer, and 
typewritten copy thereof made and filed in this office. From admissions made 
in the answer and from the evidence offered, the following facts are found : 

The Morganton Waterworks Company appears on the county and town tax 
duplicates as assessed for $11,000. The property cost to date $12,868.17, and 
has never been on a paying basis, but, on the contrary, has suffered a loss of 
$8,325.02 from operation, and the company is paying interest on the above 
amounts. 

Thirty thousand dollars of this indebtedness is secured by bonds of the 
company, which bear 5 per cent interest per annum. The rest of the indebted- 
ness bears 6 per cent interest per annum. The Morganton Waterworks Com- 
pany offered to sell this property to the town of Morganton for $46,000. The 
gross earnings of the Morganton Waterworks Company for the year ending 
October 30, 1009, were $4,718.53, and operating expenses for the same period 
were $3,333.45. So that there was an income from operation for that period 
of $1,385.08. The interest which accrued for the same period was $2,406.35. 
So that there was a deficit for that period of $1,021.27. 



4 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

It was estimated that it would cost from $27,000 to $30,000 to reproduce this 
plant at prices prevailing last year. 

The assessment for $11,000 which appeared on the tax books»was the valua- 
tion at which this property was given in by the agent of the Morganton Water- 
works Company. It was not an assessment made by the township board of 
list takers and assessors or by the Board of Equalization. From the report of 
the Morganton Waterworks Company to the Corporation Commission it did 
not appear that the capital stock was worth more than $11,000, and so no 
corporate excess was certified from them for taxation. 

In view of the evidence at this hearing, it does not appear that the capital 
stock has any value over the value of the tangible property, as there are 
liabilities of about $45,000 now outstanding. It is clear that the tangible 
property of this company is assessed too low. Upon all the evidence in this 
case it appears that this property should be assessed at $25,000, and it is 
so ordered. 

It is further ordered that a copy of this order be certified to the Board of 
County Commissioners of Burke County, to the end that they cause the correc- 
tion to be made in the tax duplicates for next year so as to show assessment 
of $25,000 on said property ; and that they may cause the tax on the difference, 
to wit, $14,000, to be computed for the current year and added to the tax 
duplicates for the next year. Fkanklin McNeill, 

February 19, 1910. Chairman. 

IN RE PETITION OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY FOR RELIEF 
FROM OPERATION OF CHAPTER 446, LAWS OF 1909, ON YARD LOCO- 
MOTIVES. 

This petition was heard on February 26, 1910. The petitioner was repre- 
sented by Col. W. B. Rodman. 

Upon consideration of the allegations, admissions, and argument, the Com- 
mission is of the opinion that petitioner is entitled to relief prayed for as to 
locomotives operated on the Mount Airy and Wilkesboro branches and Taylors- 
ville and Winston-Salem branches. These locomotives are expressly exempt by 
the statute while on these branch lines, and the Commission does not think it 
advisable to require them to be equipped with electric-power headlights while 
entering yards at Greensboro or Charlotte, both of which yards have double 
tracks, block signals, and interlocking devices for protection of trains on yards, 
and inasmuch as the statute exempts switch engines from this equipment. 

It is, therefore, ordered that the prayer of petitioner be granted as to such 
engines. 

The prayer of petitioner as to locomotives operated on the Danville and Nor- 
folk Railway ; the Columbia Division, between Charlotte and State line ; the 
Charlotte Division, between Charlotte and State line ; the Asheville Division, 
between Asheville and Tennessee line; and the Asheville Division, between 
Asheville and South Carolina State line, near Tryon. is refused. 

Franklin McNeill. 

March 5, 1910. , Chairman. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 5 

CITIZENS OF SANFORD v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, SEA- 
BOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY. 

This cause coming on to be heard on- exceptions by Southern Railway and 
for further directions, after due notice to the Southern Railway that exceptions 
would be heard on Thursday, March 17, 1910, and Southern Railway having 
failed to appear, and it appearing to the Commission that said exceptions are 
without merit and cannot be sustained : It is ordered that the said exceptions 
be and they are hereby overruled. 

It is again ordered that the defendants unite in the joint undertaking and 
expense of erecting, providing, and maintaining a union passenger station at 
Sanford, commensurate with the business and revenues of defendants at that 
place, and that the work on same be begun within thirty days from the date 
hereof. 

March 23, 1910. 

IN RE ASSESSMENT OF THE RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY AS OF APRIL 1, 1910. 

The shares of stock in this bank are assessed for taxation at $104.40 each. 
In assessing the shares of stock in this bank, the Corporation Commission 
followed the direction of the statute, as it did not appear such shares had a 
market value, by adding together the capital stock, surplus and undivided 
profits and deducting therefrom the amount of real and personal property 
owned by said institution on which it paid taxes, as follows : 

Capital* stock $15,000.00 

Surplus 60,000.00 

Undivided profits 342.25 

making a total of $75,342.25, and deducting therefrom the assessed value of 
real and personal property as follows : 

Office furniture $ 3,000.00 

Commercial National Bank stock 8,700.00 

Fidelity Bank stock 1,000.00 

making a total of $12,700, leaving a balance of $62,642.25, which, divided by 
600, the number of shares of stock of said bank, ascertained the value of each 
share to be $104.40 subject to taxation. There was no allegation that there 
was any insolvent debts due this institution. 

This assessment is not satisfactory to John T. Pullen, who owns 14 shares 
of stock in this institution. He contends, and the report on which this as- 
sessment is based shows, that the bank has a surplus of $60,000 and has 
invested $55,000 of this surplus in North Carolina State bonds issued under 
chapter 512, Laws 1909, and that this amount should also be deducted from 
the aggregate value of all of the shares of stock. In other words, the con- 
tention is that, in addition to the assessed value of real and personal property 



X. O. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

on which the corporation pays taxes, $55,000 should be deducted because this 
much of the surplus of the bank was invested in the above-named bonds. 

The Corporation Commission failed to see the force of this contention, as 
they were not assessing the capital stock, or surplus, or undivided profits of 
the bank, but a distinct species of property, to wit, the shares of stock of the 
bank in the hands of the shareholders. The bank is not required by law 
to list any of its property, whether capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, or 
other property, except so much of it as is invested in real estate inside of this 
State. And so this bank already had the full exemption from taxation of its 
North Carolina State bonds. The only property listed by the bank for taxa- 
tion was office furniture, $3,000; Commercial National Bank stock, $8,700, and 
Fidelity Bank stock, $1,000; and these amounts were deducted. 

The General Assembly did not intend that the value of the property exempt 
from taxation which is owned by a corporation should be deducted from the 
aggregate value of all of the shares of stock in said corporation, in order to 
ascertain the value of such shares for taxation, as appears from the plain 
directions of the statute. The value of such shares of stock in the hands of 
shareholders shall be the market value. If they have no market value, the 
actual value shall be ascertained by adding together the capital, surplus, and 
undivided profits and deducting therefrom, not such property as is exempt 
from taxation, but the. amount of real and personal property owned by said 
institution on which it pays taxes. See Machinery Act, Laws 1909, chapter 
440, section 33. There is no conflict between this statute and chapter 512, 
Laws 1909. 

That the shares of stock in the hands of shareholders are a distinct species 
of property from that owned by the corporation, and that the General Assem- 
bly can require it to be taxed at its value, notwithstanding that a part or the 
whole of it is invested in property exempt from taxation, has been held in our 
courts in Belo v. Commissioners, 82 N. C, 415 ; Commissioners v. Tobacco Com- 
pany, 11G N. C, 441, and numerous other cases, and by the Supreme Court of 
the United States in case of Cleveland Trust Company v. Lander, 184 U. S., 
Ill ; 46 T T . S.. R. L. Ed., 456. Notwithstanding the number of words used to 
exempt the same, namely, "The bonds and coupons shall be exempt from all 
State, county, and municipal taxation or assessment, direct or indirect, general 
or special, whether imposed for general revenue or otherwise, and the interest 
paid thereon shall not be subject to taxation as income ; nor shall State bonds 
or coupons be subject to taxation when constituting a part of the surplus of 
any bank, trust company, or other corporation," we are of the opinion that the 
same cannot be construed so as to authorize the deduction contended for by 
the plaintiff, in view of the authorities cited above. 

Franklin McNeill, 

April 19, 1910. Chairman. 

CITIZENS OF ROSINDALE v . SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWA.Y— 

IN BE DEPOT. 

This cause coming on to be heard, and it appearing to the Corporation Com- 
mission that the defendant admits the necessity of the facilities petitioned for, 
and that the defendant undertook and promised to have a commodious station 



DECISION'S AND COMPLAINTS. 7 

at Rosindale completed by December 1, 1909, and it further appearing that 
nothing has been done towards the erection of a station : It is hereby ordered 
that a station commensurate with the business and revenue at said point be 
erected by the defendant within ninety (90) days from the date hereof. 

Franklin McNeill, 
May 7, 1910. Chairman. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY v. JOHN R. FRISBEE, JAMES E. 

FRISBEE, et als. 
To the Commission: 

In the matter of the condemnation of right of way. 

This inquiry coming on to be heard in the town of Marshall on the Gth day 
of May, 1910, the petitioner, Southern Railway Company, being represented by 
P. A. McElroy and G. V. Roberts, attorneys, and the defendants being repre- 
sented by C. B. Mashburn, attorney ; and the respondents, other than John R. 
Frisbee and James E. Frisbee, come into court through their attorney, C. B. 
Mashburn, and waive notice and adopt the answer of their corespondents, John 
R. Frisbee and James E. Frisbee, the minors answering and appearing by their 
guardian, John R. Frisbee; and it appearing in this proceeding, after the 
hearing was commenced, that the respondents come into court, through their 
attorney and in person, -and consent to the relief prayed for in this petition : 

It is, therefore, recommended by the undersigned Commissioner that the 
Commission find that the petitioner cannot make the desired improvement, 
except at an excessive cost, without condemning the property described in the 
petition, and so adjudge. Sam. L. Rogers, 

Commissioner. 

Upon the coming in of the foregoing report by Commissioner Rogers, it is, 
therefore, ordered, considered, and adjudged by the Commission that the peti- 
tioner cannot make the improvement desired, except at an excessive cost, with- 
out condemning the dwelling-house, garden, and yard of the respondents. The 
petitioner is, therefore, authorized and empowered to proceed with the con- 
demnation proceedings, as prayed for in petition, before the Clerk of the- 
Superior Court of Madison County, and condemn, according to law, the said 
dwelling-house, garden, and yard of the respondents. 

May 10, 1910. 



CITIZENS OF ANSONVILLE v. WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY— IN RE DEPOT FACILITIES. 

The above-named parties agreed in writing to submit this controversy to the 
Corporation Commission as arbitrators. Notice Was given that the matter 
would be heard at Ansonville on April 12, 1910. 

There was present at the hearing several of the petitioners and their counsel, 
J. A. Lockhart, Esq., and Frank Dunlap, Esq., attorneys for petitioners; and 
H. E. Fries, president of defendant company, and Messrs. Robinson & Caudle 
and R. L. Smith, Esq., attorneys for defendant; and Col. W. B. Rodman and 



o N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Messrs. John Bennett and F. L. Dunlap, attorneys for citizens of Ansonville 
who favored a location of depot at "A." 

Several witnesses were examined, and at request of counsel for petitioners 
the case was continued for further evidence at office in Raleigh on May 11, 
1910. 

The hearing was had on the date last named and further evidence was 
taken. All of the evidence was taken by stenographer and typewritten copy 
thereof made, which is on file in this office. 

The matter was argued by briefs, on file in this office, as follows: J. A. 
Lockhart, Esq., and Frank Dunlap, Esq., attorneys for petitioners; Messrs. 
Robinson & Caudle and R. L. Smith, Esq., attorneys for defendant ; Col. W. B. 
Rodman, John Bennett, Esq., and F. L. Dunlap, Esq., attorneys for citizens 
who favored location of depot at "A." 

The controversy between the parties is whether the depot of the Winston- 
Salem Southbound Railway Company shall be located at point "A," "B," or 
"C," as represented on blue-print on file in the record of this case. 

The defendant decided to locate the same at point "A," and, upon objection 
by the citizens of Ansonville, who are the petitioners in this case, agreed to 
refer the matter to the Corporation Commission, as above stated. 

Petitioners contend that the convenience of the public requires that the 
station be located at "B" or "C." Defendant says .that it first concluded 
to place a station at "B," and with that purpose purchased land at that place, 
but at that time it was the intention of defendant to build its road on a 
maximum grade of 1 per cent going south and iy 2 per cent going north, and 
that later it was decided to build the road on a grade of 6-10 of 1 per cent 
going south and 1 per cent going north, and that upon this grade "B" would 
be in a cut from 5 to 7 feet deep, and that this made it impracticable to estab- 
lish the station at this point on account of safety and convenience to the public 
and yard room for the railroad company. 

The defendant then tried to locate the station at "C," but found that the 
grade at this point would be its maximum grade, namely, 6.10 of 1 per cent 
going south and 1 per cent going north, and that to establish a station at this 
point would to an extent neutralize the advantage gained by light grades and 
for which defendant had incurred increased expense of $750,000 ; that a train 
loaded to its capacity northbound could not stop and start at this point, and 
that on account of the topography at this place it is impossible to establish 
a safe yard. 

In other words, defendant says that it cannot establish a station at either 
"B" or "C," because of the difficulties of operation. Defendant says further 
that it decided to establish a station at "A," because it is the nearest point 
to Ansonville at which it is practicable to have one. At this point there is 
a tangent of 1,100 feet, so that signals can be seen by trains approaching from 
the north or south. The grade is 36-100 of 1 per cent ; ample yard facilities 
can be provided and siding facilities furnished to industrial plants. 

There was a division among the citizens of Ansonville, some preferring "B" 
or "C," others preferring "A." There is evidence tending to show that the 
location of the station at "B" or "C" will be more convenient for the public, 
and also evidence tending to show that the location at "A" will be more con- 
venient for the public. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. U 

The Commission is of the opinion (1) that the defendant has the right, 
under its charter, to locate its road, ■ including its stations or depots. (2) 
That the defendant is endeavoring in good faith to locate the depot in ques- 
tion with regard to the safety and convenience of the public and proper opera- 
tion of its road. (3) That from all of the evidence and the investigation, the 
Commission cannot decide that the defendant has not made the proper location 
for its depot by placing the same at point "A." It is, therefore, ordered that 
this proceeding be dismissed. Franklin McNeill, 

Chairman. 

CITIZENS OF ANSONVILLE v. WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Exceptions were filed to the findings and order in this proceeding by peti- 
tioners, which, after due notice to all parties, were heard on June 30, 1910. 

Petitioners were represented by J. A. Lockhart, Esq., attorney, and defend- 
ants by T. L. Caudle, Esq., attorney, and R. L. Smith. Esq., attorney. 

In regard to the first exception, the facts are as follows : Petitioners filed 
with the Corporation Commission a paper as follows : 

December 30, 1909, 

The undersigned, as attorney for L. L. Little. W. B. Redfern, 
and other citizens and residents of the town of Ansonville and 
surrounding country, presents to your attention the following 
facts : The Winston-Salem Southbound Railway is now con- 
structing a line of railway to be operated as a common carrier 
from Winston-Salem, N. C, to Wadesboro, N. C, passing through 
the town of Ansonville, N. C. Ansonville is an old established 
town ; there are a number of people residing there and have been 
for years. The roads of the section lead into the center of town ; 
it contains the district public school and three churches, stores, 
gins, etc. The railway has a depot site in town, and has been 
offered another, but has decided to locate the depot more than a 
mile from the center of the town. If this is done the residents of 
the town will be greatly inconvenienced ; the value of their prop- 
erty will be injured, and the welfare of the community greatly 
impaired. The roads of this section lead to the present town, 
and the proposed location of the depot will also inconvenience 
almost all citizens of the section. I, therefore, hope that you 
will notify the officials of the railway that unless they locate 
their depot within the town, I will, on behalf of my clients, bring 
an action to compel them to locate a depot in said town as soon as 
they commence the operation of their railway. 

Respectfully, J. A. Lockhart. 

Defendant wrote the Corporation Commission a letter on January 4, 1910, 
as follows : 

After an absence of some days, on my return I find extracts 
from several of our State papers to the effect that certain citi- 
zens in Ansonville desire to present to you the question of the 
location of a depot at Ansonville. 

Under date of December 31, 1909, Mr. J. A. Lockhart. of Wades- 
boro, informs me, as president of the road, that he represents 
certain parties in Ansonville who are dissatisfied with the loca- 



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tion of the station, and says : "I am aware of the fact that hefore 
you run trains the Corporation Commission has no power to 
locate a depot in Ansonville ; but as it is not necessary to have 
two depots so near together, as one in Ansonville and one in 
Mr. Richardson's plantation, I thought it would be but fair to you 
to write this letter to inform you of the sentiment of the people 
of that section, and to notify you that as soon as you run your 
first train as a common carrier I shall institute an action to 
compel you to locate a depot for the convenience and accommoda- 
tion of the residents of Ansonville and adjacent territory." I 
have written Mr. Lockhart, stating that we will waive our rights 
under the law, which might delay the action on the location of 
this depot. We desire to operate our line to the very best ad- 
vantage of all sections of the State through which our road will 
run. The location of depots have not been made arbitrarily by 
us, and it is the desire of the management of the Southbound, 
as far as may lie in their power, to faithfully serve and care- 
fully cooperate with the citizens of the State in the upbuilding 
of the entire section to the mutual advantage of all concerned. In 
every instance, we have good reasons for the location of the 
station, and Ansonville is by no means an exception. As presi- 
dent of the Southbound. I stand ready at any time that may suit 
your convenience to present all the various reasons why the site 
for a depot in Ansonville has been selected, and I am to-day 
writing Mr. Lockhart, informing him that we will be glad to 
present these facts to you on any date that may suit the coin 
venience of all concerned. 

Awaiting your further pleasure in this matter, we remain. 
Yours respectfully, Henry E. Fries. 

President. 

The Corporation Commission wrote a letter to the defendant on January 8. 
1910, as follows : 

I am directed by the Commission to acknowledge receipt of 
your letter under date of January 4th, in reference to locating 
depot, and to say that this is a matter over which the Com- 
mission could hardly take any jurisdiction until the line of road 
was established, nor, possibly, until ready for operation or in 
operation. However, the Commission could, under the statute, 
hear the matter as arbitrators, both sides agreeing to the same. 
Very respectfully, II. C. Brown, Cleric. 

Defendant wrote letter to the Corporation Commission January 13, 1910, as 
follows : 

I hand you herewith copy of letter which I have just received 
from Mr. J. A. Lockhart, in reference to location of the station 
at Ansonville. 

I will endeavor to meet Mr. Lockhart at any time that may 
suit your pleasure. I note in. your letter of recent date that at 
the present time you can only act as arbitrators in this entire 
matter, but I take it that the arbitration would be final, since 
you can enforce your views after the road is really in operation. 
Yours very truly, II. E. Fries, 

President. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 11 

[Copy.] 

Wadesboeo, N. ('.. January 6, 1910. 
Col. H. E. Fries, 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Dea^r Sir:— Yours of the 4th is at hand. As soon as practica- 
ble I shall take up this matter before the Corporation Commis- 
sion. I am very glad that you are willing to have the matter 
adjusted now and agree with you as to what the relation should 
be between your company and the people, and hope that the 
matter can be adjusted so as to do away with all unnecessary 
friction. Very respectfully, 

J. A. Lock ii art. 

Petitioners hied petition after January 27, 1910, and defendant answered 
as appears in the record. The Corporation Commission construed this in sub- 
stance an agreement in writing to submit the controversy to the Corporation 
Commission as arbitrators, and with this understanding proceeded to hear the 
evidence, investigate the location, and make its award. If this was not an 
agreement in writing to submit to arbitration, the Corporation Commission 
could only have dismissed the proceeding, as the petitioners did not allege a 
cause of action of which the Corporation Commission had jurisdiction. Peti- 
tioners knew that the Corporation Commission could not take cognizance of the 
matter until defendant became a common carrier engaged in the transportation 
of passengers and freight, and hied their petition after defendant had agreed in 
writing to submit the matter to the Corporation Commission as arbitrators. 
This exception is overruled. 

As to the second exception : Defendant' had decided to locate its depot at 
point "A" on the map on hie in this record. It had the right to so decide 
and also to construct a depot. Defendant did not waive its right to make 
this decision and locate its depot, but agreed to leave it to the Corporation 
Commission as arbitrators to decide at once whether defendant should be 
required to change its decision and to erect a depot -at "B" or "C" instead of 
"A." This exception is overruled. 

After a careful review of each and all the exceptions, we are of the opinion 
that the same should be overruled, and it is so ordered. 

Franklin McNeill, 

May 31, 1910. Chairman. 

CITIZENS OF SANFORD v. SEABOAKD AIR LINE RAILWAY, SOUTH- 
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY, AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY— IN THE MATTER OF UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

This cause coming on to be heard for further directions, and it appearing 
to the Commission that the defendants are not using proper diligence in carry- 
ing out the order in this case : It is ordered that the said defendants carry 
out the said order by erecting and completing the union passenger station at 
Sanford within ninety days from the date hereof. 

June 7, 1910. 



12 W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

F. R. PENN TOBACCO COMPANY, F. S. MICHAEL, AND J. A. GUNN v. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— IN RE SIDE-TRACK FACILITIES. 

This is a petition for a spur track from the defendant's road to and in front 
of the plant of the F. R. Penn Tobacco Company in Reidsville, for the conveni- 
ence of complainants and others. 

The defendant having answered, the case was set for hearing in the city hall 
at Reidsville on June 8, 1910, at 9 :30 o'clock A. M. E. J. Justice, Esq., and 
A. L. Brooks, Esq., attorneys, represented claimants. R. C. Strudwick, attor- 
ney, appeared, representing J. L. Butler, alleging that he was interested in the 
proceedings and asked to be allowed to intervene and file answer for said 
Butler. The motion was allowed and the answer filed. Counsel for said 
Butler then moved that the proceedings be dismissed on account of facts ap- 
pearing in his answer and exhibits thereto, insisting that the matter involved 
in this proceeding was adjudicated in the case of J. L. Butler against F. R. 
Penn Tobacco Company, the Southern Railway Company and the town of 
Reidsville, which case was begun in the Superior Court of Rockingham County 
and concluded by final judgment in the Supreme Court of North Carolina. 
The questions presented in this case are thus stated by Chief Justice Clark, 
who delivered the opinion of the Court : 

The question presented is whether the defendant, tbe town of 
Reidsville, has the power to grant license to the defendant, the 
Penn Tobacco Company, to build, on the public street and upon 
the sidewalk thereof a private side-track, from the railroad track 
to the warehouse of the said tobacco company, for its use and 
benefit, whereby the plaintiff, a resident upon said street, is 
deprived of his right of easement to freely pass and repass along 
said street and sidewalk and the value of his house and lot im- 
paired. 

We do not understand that the judgment in this case prevented complain- 
ants from instituting a proceeding before the Corporation Commission to compel 
the Southern Railway Company to construct a spur track to an industry 
already established and as provided by section 1097, subsection 5, of the Re- 
visal of 1905 ; and the motion is, therefore, refused. 

Evidence was offered by complainants, which was taken by stenographer and 
typewritten copy thereof made, and filed in the record of this case. 

From the admissions and the evidence, the following facts appear : 

That the F. R. Penn Tobacco Company, one of the complainants, owns and 
operates an industrial plant in the town of Reidsville, on West Market Street, 
70 feet from defendant's main line of railway and about 340 feet from the end 
of a spur track which defendant now has on its right of way, in which plant 
it manufactures large quantities of smoking and chewing tobacco. 

That J. A. Gunn, another one of the complainants, conducts a fertilizer busi- 
ness on said West Market Street, near the location of the desired side-track, 
which, if constructed, would be a benefit to him and subserve his convenience. 

That J. S. Michael, also one of the complainants, owns a vacant lot on the 
west side of West Market Street along and adjacent to the desired side-track, 
and that it is desired to construct an industrial plant upon said lot if said side- 
track is built, which plant will be served by said spur track. 






DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 13 

That the freight of complainants, the F. R. Penn Tobacco Company, for five 
months preceding the hearing amounted to $5,298,728 pounds incoming and a 
freight value of $8,979.23; and 2,500,505 pounds outgoing and a freight value 
of $22,429.26. This freight partly consisted of leaf tobacco, empty boxes, 
sugar, licorice, coal, etc., which is delivered in car-load lots, 2,576,600 pounds 
of it being coal, with a total freight charge of $2,959.04. That in the operation 
and conduct of complainant's business it is necessary to ship in and out many 
millions of pounds of car-load freight annually, and complainants are incon- 
venienced and handicapped for the lack of side-track facilities, entailing unnec- 
essary expense in the transportation of freight by drays and wagons. 

That the proposed spur track can be constructed at an expense of $1,062.50. 

That the defendant, the Southern Railway Company, has already built and 
constructed a spur track leading from its main line and over its right of way 
in the direction of said F. R. Penn Tobacco Company's plant, and that the 
distance from the point to which this side-track is already built to the point 
in front of F. R. Penn Tobacco Company's plant, where it is desired that said 
spur track be continued, is about 340 feet. That the proportion of revenue 
accruing to such spur track will be sufficient in five years to pay the expense 
of its construction. That if said side-track is constructed it will not seriously 
interfere with the travel over and along West Market Street, and will lessen 
the congestion on said street and the interference with travel by reason of the 
present construction and location of said spur track on the right of way of 
the defendant, and by reason of the use of said West Market Street by drays 
to transport freight from plant of complainants, the F. R. Penn Tobacco Com- 
pany and J. A. Gunn. That said spur track, if constructed, will go upon the 
land only of complainants, the F. R. Penn Tobacco Company and J. S. Michael, 
and the right of way of the defendant, the Southern Railway Company ; and 
the said F. R. Penn Tobacco Company and J. S. Michael offered to furnish the 
defendant, the Southern Railway Company, a deed to all such land upon which 
said spur track will be placed, except the right of way of the said Southern 
Railway Company, in order that said spur track may be used for railroad 
purposes and to subserve the public convenience. 

That the defendant has constructed other side-tracks to other plants in the 
town of Reidsville, some of which are over and along said West Market Street 
and to some of complainant's competitors in business, and that these facilities 
give to such plants the advantage of complainants in the economical manage- 
ment of their business. 

That the town of Reidsville has by ordinance granted authority, in so far as 
it is authorized by law to do so, to the Southern Railway Company to con- 
struct the said side-track as prayed for and indicated in the petition, which 
said authority from the town of Reidsville fully appears from a copy of its 
ordinance attached to the petition in this case and marked "Exhibit B." 

It is, therefore, ordered that the defendant, the Southern Railway Company, 
construct a spur track from the track already constructed across West Market 
Street and along in front of the F. R. Penn Tobacco Company's factory on 
West Market Street, upon complainants furnishing the necessary cross-ties 
and doing the necessary grading and tendering deeds above referred to to the 
defendant, the Southern Railway Company, and within sixty (60) days from 
the date hereof. Franklin McNeill, 

June 18, 1910. Chairman. 



14 N. G. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

CITIZENS OF SANFORD v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY AND 
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY— PASSENGER STA- 
TION FACILITIES. 

This cause coming on for further directions, and it appearing to the Cor- 
poration Commission that defendants are unable to agree upon a division of 
the expense of erecting union passenger station at Sanford, after due notice 
to defendants, the matter was heard July 4, 1910. 

W. A. Gore, superintendent, represented the Seaboard Air Line Railway ; 
II. W. Miller, assistant to first vice president, represented Southern Railway 
Company; W. II. Newell, general superintendent, represented Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company. 

It appeared to the Commission that the present union station at Sanford 
is owned jointly by the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway 
Company, and that it was erected and owned by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way and Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway, the predecessor of the 
Southern Railway Company and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, and 
that the passenger revenue of the Seaboard Air Line Railway at this point 
exceeds that of the Southern Railway Company and Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company combined. 

It is ordered by the Corporation Commission that the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway pay one-half and the other defendants the other half of the expense 
of said station. 

July 4, 1910. : 

CITIZENS OF BOSTIC v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY AND CARO- 
LINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY— PETITION 
FOR FREIGHT AND PASSENGER STATION. 

Rogers, Commissioner: The petition in this case, signed by twenty-one per- 
sons, asks that the Corporation Commission require the defendant roads to pro- 
vide at the crossing of said roads, west of Bostic, a union passenger and freight 
station. 

The defendant roads answer and say it is their intention and desire to 
erect and establish a joint station at a point where the Carolina, Clinchfield 
and Ohio Railway crosses under the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 3,475 feet 
south of the present station at Bostic, and to that end ask permission of the 
Corporation Commission to abandon the present station at Bostic. 

A counter-petition is filed, signed by twenty-seven persons, opposing the 
abandoning of the present station at Bostic. 

The matter was heard at Bostic by the Corporation Commission on June 3, 
1910. Many of the petitioners were present, and the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way was represented by W. A. Gore, superintendent; and the Carolina, Clinch- 
field and Ohio Railway Company by J. J. McLaughlin, Esq., attorney; M. J. 
Caples, vice president and general manager, and L. H. Phetteplace, superin- 
tendent. 

Testimony was taken in writing by the Commission's stenographer, type- 
written, and a copy thereof is made a part of the file in this case. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 15 

It appears from the evidence that Bostic is a Seaboard Air Line Railway 
station, 3,475 feet eastward from a point where the Carolina, Clinchfield and 
Ohio Railway crosses under the Seaboard Air Line Railway in Rutherford 
County. 

The Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway has no station for either pas- 
sengers or freight at the crossing or in Bostic. It has freight yards 1 mile 
north of Bostic and a connecting track jointly with the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway from its yards to Bostic, a distance of iy 2 miles. The movement of 
freight, therefore, from one road to the other is at the Carolina, Clinchfield 
and Ohio Railway yards from the cars of one road to the cars of the other 
road, when in less than car-load quantities, and is handled by the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway crews either in car-load or less than car-load quantities. 

There is no provision for the interchange of passengers. One leaving Bos- 
tic, or from the Seaboard Air Line Railway trains, wishing to use the Caro- 
lina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, is required to travel by private means the 
1 y 2 miles between Bostic and the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway yards, 
or rice versa. 

The evidence shows that the approximate earnings of the defendant roads 
at Bostic are, for the Seaboard Air Line Railway $600, and the Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railway $300 per month, of which $300 is passenger 
revenue. 

The allegation of petitioners that the station at Bostic is inadequate and 
unfit for passengers is not denied. 

The Commission is of the opinion that, under present circumstances, it 
would be a hardship upon the petitioners to allow the freight handled by the 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, moving through Bostic, to be warehoused 3,475 
feet out of town, and thereby require the return of same by wagon to Bostic. 

The Commission is of the opinion that the general public is interested in the 
passenger facilities at Bostic necessary to their convenience, safety, and com- 
fort in the interchange between the defendant roads. 

The Commission, therefore, orders that the freight station of the Seaboard 
Air Line Railway at Bostic be not removed, and it is further ordered that 
the defendant roads, the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Carolina, Clinchfield 
and Ohio Railway Company, shall unite in affording proper facilities at their 
junction, near Bostic, for the interchange of passengers and baggage, and for 
forwarding and delivering them to and from their respective lines and those 
connected with them, and that the passenger station at Bostic be removed 
therefrom to said joint station. 

It is further ordered that if the said roads so elect, they are hereby author- 
ized to have at said junction a union freight warehouse for the transfer of 
such freight as is for transfer. 

It is ordered that the Seaboard Air Line Railway be and is hereby relieved 
from keeping and maintaining a passenger station at Bostic. 

Jnly 5. 1910. 



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F. R. PENN TOBACCO COMPANY, J. S. MICHAEL AND J. A. GUNN v. 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY (J. L, BUTLER, INTER VENOR)— SIDE-TRACK 
FACILITIES. 

The exceptions filed in this case were heard on July 6, 1910, after due notice 
to all parties. A. L. Brooks, Esq., attorney, and E. J. Justice, Esq., attorney, 
appeared and represented petitioners. Col. W. B. Rodman appeared and 
represented defendant. No counsel appeared for the intervenor. 

Southern Railway asked leave to amend its exceptions. Motion was allowed 
and amendment made and filed, as appears in the record. 

Upon consideration of the exceptions, it is ordered that the same be and they 
are hereby overruled. 

July 8, 1910. 

CITIZENS OF WAYNESVILLE v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— IN 
RE IMPROVED EQUIPMENT ON MURPHY BRANCH. 

Upon the coming in of the report of Commissioner Rogers in this case, it is 
ordered by the Corporation Commission that the Southern Railway Company 
furnish safe, comfortable, convenient, and adequate passenger facilities on the 
passenger trains now operated over the said Murphy branch of the Southern 
Railway Company ; and that the said railway company make a monthly report 
to the Corporation Commission, showing the number of passengers handled 
between Asheville and Waynesville for the months of July, August, and Sep- 
tember. 

July 11, 1910. 

CITIZENS OF RALEIGH v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, SEA- 
BOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD 
COMPANY, RALEIGH AND SOUTHPORT RAILWAY COMPANY— IN 
THE MATTER OF THE PASSENGER STATION AT RALEIGH. 

Brown, Commissioner: This proceeding came before the Commission upon 
petition signed by J. G. Ball, E. L. Harris, J. V. Simms. and Fred. W. Habel, 
comprising a committee representing the citizens and business organizations 
of the city of Raleigh, protesting against the remodeling of the passenger 
station according to certain plans outlined, which, they allege, if carried out, 
would not increase the present capacity of the station nor increase the present 
facilities for the handling of the traveling public in the manner needed and 
demanded by the city of Raleigh and the general public. They allege that 
the plans for changing the station were submitted without giving the citizens 
of Raleigh a proper hearing ; they allege further, that respondents claim that 
when their plans were drawn they were not able to secure additional land 
north of the present station necessary for the enlargement of same, but that 
now petitioners are prepared to show that additional land can be purchased 
at reasonable cost. The petitioners ask that a day be fixed for hearing of 
their protest, and further to have on opportunity to present evidence in sup- 
port of an order for a new passenger station. 

The petition was served on respondent railroads, and answers thereto duly 
filed, saying petitioners were mistaken in alleging that the railroads did not 
give them a proper hearing and that the improvements were determined upon 



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hastily or that due publicity was not made, but, on the other hand, the im- 
provements had been a subject of discussion in meetings of the Chamber of 
Commerce and other organizations of similar character, and, further, had been 
approved by the Commission. 

The case was set down for hearing at the office of the Commission for 
Thursday, June 16, 1910, at which time a large number of citizens, fifty or 
more in number, appeared, together with counsel and representatives of re- 
spondent companies. An opportunity was given for free and open expression 
by the citizens as to the condition of the present station, its inadequacy for 
the accommodation of the traveling public, etc. 

At this juncture counsel for petitioners begged leave of the Commission to 
amend their petition, asking that the Raleigh and Southport Railway Com- 
pany and the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company be made parties, and that 
all the railroads entering Raleigh have one common or union station, which 
was granted. 

The amended petition alleges that the passenger station in Raleigh was 
erected in 1892, and is now in bad repair and condition, and, if repaired and 
remodeled in its present size, will be utterly inadequate for the present and 
immediate future needs of the city of Raleigh and the traveling public coming 
to and going from said city ; 

That the said station was erected by the North Carolina Railroad, Southern 
Railway Company, and the Seaboard Air Line Railway, and is now being 
used by the Southern Railway Company, the Seaboard Air Line Railway, the 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, and the Raleigh and Southport Railway 
Company, the last two roads using the same under an agreement with the 
Southern Railway Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railway ; 

That the Southern Railway Company operates the North Carolina Railroad 
Company under a lease, which has now about ninety years to run ; 

That since the erection of said station the city of Raleigh has become an 
important junction point, and a large number of passengers are compelled to 
wait in the station for the arrival of trains other than over the road upon 
which they came to Raleigh ; 

That the accommodation which was deemed barely sufficient eighteen years 
ago, with only two railroads, cannot be regarded as in any way adequate for 
meeting the necessities of the case now, when two more railroads enter said 
station ; 

That not only is the station itself inadequate and insufficient for the present 
and immediate future needs of the city of Raleigh and the traveling public 
generally, but the trackage approaching said station is inadequate and cannot 
be enlarged without the further purchase or condemnation of property on the 
part of the railroads entering into and using said station ; 

That the Southern Railway Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
have undertaken to repair the present passenger station and to make certain 
changes therein, but in doing so the plans adopted by them and now about to 
be put into effect do not in any substantial measure increase the floor space 
of said station, and in no way relieve the congestion which is a frequent occur- 
rence at said station. 

Petitioners ask that notice issue to all the railroads having any interest in 
the matter to show cause why they shall not unite in the joint undertaking 
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and expense of erecting, constructing, and maintaining a new union passenger 
station for the security, accommodation, and convenience of the traveling 
public. 

Respondents, answering, admit that the present station was / erected in 
1892, but allege further, that when remodeled in accordance with plans filed, 
it will be fully adequate for the needs of the city of Raleigh and the traveling 
public ; , - 

That the four tracks leading into the station are sufficient for all purposes; 

That it is true the Southern Railway Company and the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway have undertaken to remodel, repair, and put in perfect condition the 
present union station, making many changes therein, and allege that there will 
be a considerable actual increase in the floor space made by throwing the 
white apartments into one room instead of two ; 

That the floor space allotted to white passengers in the proposed improved 
union station at Raleigh will be larger than the space allotted to white pas- 
sengers in any depot in North Carolina, and that the remodeled depot will be 
ample and sufficient to accommodate the traveling public for years to come. 

Respondent Southern Railway Company, in its answer, says : "The man- 
agements of the railroads are better qualified to express an opinion upon the 
efficiency of accommodations than any committee of citizens, which does not 
have to provide any of the funds necessary for erecting and maintaining such 
buildings." 

We pause here to say that the subject of control of railroads by the States 
through legally constituted bodies is no longer an open question, and the good 
citizens of Raleigh are well within their rights in appealing to the Commis- 
sion for relief from what they believe to be an imposition in the way of lack 
of public facilities, and are not willing to admit that all knowledge of what 
these requirements are and should be is concealed in the breasts of the railroad 
officials, who do not always provide even what they know and admit are 
public necessities, without gentle reminders from the public. 

The case was assigned for final hearing on July 9, 1910, at the office of the 
Commission in Raleigh, at which time, petitioners and respondents being repre- 
sented, a number of witnesses were examined. Stenographic report of testi- 
mony was taken down and is of record in the case. Upon the conclusion of the 
evidence and by agreement of the parties, the oral argument was postponed 
until July 20, 1010. 

The investigation disclosed the following pertinent facts : 

The present station was built in the year 1802 by the predecessors of the 
Southern Railway Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railway, and is now 
virtually owned by these roads. The Southern Railway is a common carrier, 
operating by ownership or lease 1,352 miles of railroad in North Carolina. The 
North Carolina Railroad, running from Goldsboro to Charlotte, a distance of 
223 miles, is operated by the respondent Southern Railway Company, by virtue 
of a 00-year lease. 

The Seaboard Air Line Railway is likewise a common carrier, operating in 
North Carolina 61G miles of road, these roads intersecting at Raleigh ; 

That the above roads have their own tracks to this station, the other roads 
entering on the tracks of these roads under contract, all roads now coining into 
Raleigh entering this station ; 



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That in order to reach said station on their own tracks, it would be neces- 
sary to condemn expensive rights of way in order to provide said tracks ; 

That about twenty-six passenger trains run in and out of the station daily ; 
that the traffic on respondent railroads, Southern Railway Company and Sea- 
board Air Line Railway, has increased considerably in the past fifteen years, 
say, 300 per cent — this according to reports filed in this office ; 

That during the month of January, 1910, the sale of tickets at Raleigh was 
14,815, and the month of May, 10,727 — an average of over 500 per day ; 

That Raleigh being the capital of the State, and while the average sale of 
tickets may not be as great as some other cities of the State, there are occa- 
sions during the course of a year when larger crowds go to and from Raleigh 
than possibly any other city in the State ; 

That the present station facilities are inadequate ; 

That the public necessity demands and that the necessities of the case re- 
quire, in order to promote the security, accommodation, and convenience of the 
traveling public, that respondents provide better and more commodious accom- 
modations, commensurate with the business and revenues derived and in keep- 
ing with the dignity of the capital city of the State, and in keeping with sta- 
tions erected at other places of less importance along the lines of respondent 
railroads ;. 

That the completion of the station on the line of the plans on which work 
is being done will not prove adequate ; but, since this proceeding was begun, 
respondents propose amending their plans whereby the ladies' parlor or retir- 
ing-room and the gentlemen's smoking-room will be greatly enlarged and prop- 
erly ventilated, with other changes as to the handling of baggage, etc., which 
will add materially to the accommodations furnished under the old plan. 

This does not meet with the approval of the petitioners nor, in the judgment 
)f the Commission, would it afford sufficient accommodation for the comfort 
and convenience of the traveling public. 

The petitioners suggest that, if in addition to the proposed changes, respond- 
ents have the concourse inclosed, glazing same, as was stated could be done, 
and the finishing in harmony with the main waiting-room and provided with 
•adiators and seating arrangements, it will be at least temporarily satisfactory, 
md, if done, would not push their claims further at this time for a- new union 
assenger station. 

The Commission is forced to admit that petitioners have been very patient. 

and are even now modest in their demands, when it is of public knowledge that 

one of the respondents is realizing a profit of about $1,000,000 a year from the 

lease of the State's road, which it operates at this point, and that another of 

he respondent railroads for many years enjoyed immunity from taxation. 

The suggestion of increasing the facilities, in the manner pointed out to 
respondents by the petitioners, but which was not agreed to. appears to the 
Commission as being reasonable, and for the present, at least, will be adopted. 

Upon full hearing, investigation, personal inspection, and consideration of all 
the facts, circumstances, and conditions appearing, the Commission is of the 
opinion that respondents should not be required to unite in the joint under- 
taking of erecting a new union passenger station at this time, but it is the 
finding and conclusion of the Commission that the passenger station accommo- 
lations are inadequate and do not meet the just demands of the petitioners, 
the public necessity demanding greater conveniences and accommodations ; and 



20 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

respondents, Southern Railway Company and Seaboard Air Line Railway, 
should unite in the joint undertaking and expense of providing such additional 
facilities as will be necessary to promote the security and comfort of the trav- 
eling public. 

It is, therefore, ordered that respondents, Southern Railway Company and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, in addition to the repairs, in accordance with 
plans filed, that are now being carried out, enlarge the ladies' parlor and gen- 
tlemen's smoking-room, according to proposed plans. 

It is further ordered that respondents, Southern Railway Company and Sea- 
board Air Line Railway, enlarge the accommodations by extending the walls 
to fence and taking in present concourse, using glass properly arranged for 
light and ventilation, in a manner that they can be removed during the summer 
months, if necessary ; and further, that the inclosed concourse be supplied with 
seats and radiators, and that same be finished in harmony with the main 
waiting-room. If it be found, upon completion and trial, the accommodations 
are inadequate, the case can be reopened. 

It is further ordered that the plan for the inclosing and finishing of said 
concourse be filed in the office of the Commission for approval within twenty 
days from date hereof. 

August 1, 1910. 

TOWN OF SHELBY v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— PETITION 
FOR PASSENGER STATION. 

Brown, Commissioner: Complaint was filed in this case through J. T. 
Gardner, and subsequently by the Commercial Club of Shelby, alleging that 
the passenger-station accommodations at Shelby were entirely inadequate for 
the accommodation, comfort, and convenience of the traveling public. 

Complaint served, and respondent, answering, admits inadequate accommo- 
dations, but that it was its purpose to provide additional facilities within a 
short time. Upon failure of respondent to carry out this purpose, petitioners 
ask for a hearing. 

For the convenience of parties and after due notice, the case was assigned 
for hearing at Shelby. Petitioners are represented by O. Max Gardner and 
O. M. Mull, of counsel ; and respondent by W. A. Gore, superintendent. 

Petitioners are allowed to amend their complaint, and case is entitled 
Town of Shelby v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

A large number of the citizens are present to give testimony, several of 
whom are examined. Stenographic report of evidence is taken down and is 
of record in the case; others tendered, but, it being stated that evidence 
would be corroborative, were not examined. 

Respondent allowed to file amended answer or brief and submit proposed 
plan of additional facilities. 

From the petition and answer, evidence, admissions, and reports of respond- 
ent, and also from a personal inspection, the following facts are disclosed: 

Shelby is a town with a population of about 4,000 inhabitants, located in 
Cleveland County on the line of respondent road between Charlotte and 
Rutherfordton. 

Respondent is a common carrier, operating a line of railway from Wilming- 
ton, N. C, to Shelby and Rutherfordton, N. C. besides other lines in the State. 



DECISION'S AND COMPLAINTS. 21 

That in and near the town of Shelby, doing business over respondent road, 
are 8 cotton manufacturing mills, 28 other manufacturing plants, and about 
510 retail merchants, and various other business enterprises. 

That the town of Shelby is the county-seat of Cleveland, a new courthouse 
having recently been completed at a cost of $80,000, city waterworks and sew- 
erage at a cost of $125,000, schools and churches, and is a growing and pros- 
perous town. 

That respondent is using a combination depot for passengers and freights ; 
two rooms for passengers, one for white and one for colored, the rooms being 
only 14 x 20 feet each, separated by partition ; ticket and working office 12 x 28 
feet ; the remainder of the building, 20 x 68 feet, being for freight. 

That incoming and outgoing passengers number about 100 per day ; that the 
receipts from freight and passengers accruing to respondent road amount to 
from $85,000 to $100,000 per annum. 

That said combination depot was erected in 1866, before the completion of 
the road ; that the rooms for passengers are not provided with water, closets, 
or light, and are poorly ventilated ; in fact, are not and cannot be made com- 
fortable for passengers. 

That respondent owns available land for the erection of a new station. 

That the present facilities for handling freight are not more than adequate, 
but are needed for the proper and convenient handling of same. 

That respondent, by plans submitted, proposes enlarging the room for pas- 
sengers, utilizing the space heretofore set apart for ticket office and freight 
room. 

From the foregoing facts, the Commission is of the opinion that it is prac- 
ticable, and the necessities of the case demand that to promote the security, 
convenience, and accommodation of the traveling public at Shelby, respondent 
should erect a passenger station separate and apart from the freight station. 

It is, therefore, ordered that respondent, Seaboard Air Line Railway, erect 
and maintain a passenger station at Shelby, separate and independent of said 
freight station at Shelby, commensurate with the revenues and business of the 
place ; and that this be done within ninety days from this date. 

It is further ordered that defendant submit plan of said station to the Com- 
mission for approval within thirty days from date hereof. 

August 13, 1910. 

IN THE MATTER OF INVESTIGATION OF WRECK ON THE NORFOLK 
SOUTHERN RAILROAD, NEAR RALEIGH, ON NIGHT OF AUGUST 
18, 1910. 

On hearing of the wreck a few minutes after it occurred on the night of 
18th August, 1910, the Commissioners went at once to the place where it 
occurred, which was near the Raleigh Cotton Mills and near the old Durham 
road crossing. 

They found that there had been a collision between passenger train No. 11 
and engine No. 100 and that Engineer John Smith, in charge of engine No. 
100, had been killed; Engineer George Fleming, in charge of the passenger 



22 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

engine of train No. 11, injured, and that the leg of Fireman John Hodge was 
caught between the engine and tender and that efforts were being made to 
extricate him. He died soon after he was released. 

The Commission thought it was proper to make formal investigation of this 
wreck, and to that end summoned Virgil Walker, division superintendent, Nor- 
folk Southern Railroad ; John C. Lewis, trainmaster, Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road ; G. F. Gannon, station agent. Norfolk Southern Railroad, Raleigh ; and 
J. W. Rainey, operator, Norfolk Southern Railroad, Raleigh, to appear before 
it and be examined at 11 o'clock A. M., 19th August, 1910. 

This evidence was taken by stenographer and typewritten copy thereof made 
and filed in this office. 

All of the evidence tended to show that train No. 11, running from Norfolk 
to Raleigh, had the right of track ; it was forty to fifty minutes late, but no 
order had been made or issued against its proceeding to the union passenger 
station at Raleigh, and, therefore, engine No. 100 was upon the track without 
authority and in violation of the rules of the Norfolk Southern Railroad. 
This engine was apparently being moved from Jones Street station to Glen- 
wood yards by John Smith, engineer hostler, for the purpose of coaling and 
repairing. Rule No. 102-C is as follows : 

Switching engines will have the right to work, within yard 
limits, upon the time of second and inferior class trains, but must 
clear the track immediately upon their arrival. The main track 
must be kept clear for first-class trains. 

The evidence tended to show that John Smith, hostler, knew that No. 11 
was forty to fifty minutes late, and that without authority he undertook to 
back engine No. 100 from Jones Street station to Glenwood yards, and in so 
doing collided wih the engine of train No. 11 at the place above indicated. 

No damage was done to the train except injury to the two engines. One 
passenger received an injury on his face. No other passengers were hurt. 

Franklin McNeill, 

August 27. 1910. Chairman. 

IN RE WRECK OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND SEABOARD AIR LINE 
RAILWAY AT UNION PASSENGER STATION IN RALEIGH ON THE 
MORNING OF AUGUST 13, 1910. 

The Commissioners were informed of this wreck on the morning of the 13th 
of August, 1910, and, as soon as practicable, went to the scene of it and exam- 
ined into it as fully as they could. 

J. II. Rickmond, trainmaster of the Southern Railway, was notified and 
appeared before the Commission at 4 o'clock P. M. on the 13th day of August, 
1910, and was sworn and examined, and his evidence was taken by ste- 
nographer. 

The attendance of others, who were considered material witnesses, could not 
be had on that day, and the investigation was continued until the 24th day of 
August, 1910, this being as early a day as could be fixed. 

On this last-named date several witnesses were sworn and examined and the 
evidence was taken by stenographer and copy of all the evidence introduced 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 23 

was made, which is on file in this office. Typewritten copies of the bulletins 
which had been issued by the Southern Railway and Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way were made and filed also. 

From this evidence and personal inspection and examination, the following 
facts appear : 

The collision occurred on the union passenger yards at Raleigh on the morn- 
ing of the 13th day of August, 1910. 

The union passenger station is approached by leads from the main line of 
the Southern Railway and Seaboard Air Line Railway. From each of these 
leads trains can approach the union passenger station on one of two tracks. 
These tracks are designated as Southern Railway tracks numbers one (1) and 
two (2) and Seaboard Air Line Railway tracks numbers three (3) and four (4). 
There are two cross-over tracks ; one is from the Southern Railway lead track 
to the Seaboard Air Line Railway lead track and one from the Seaboard Air 
Line Railway lead track to Southern Railway No. 2. 

The Raleigh and Southport Railway enters this station on the Southern Rail- 
way tracks and the Norfolk Southern Railroad enters this station on the 
Seaboard Air Line tracks. 

On account of the repairs which were being made at the union passenger 
station on this date, it had been designated that all of the trains coming into 
the union passenger station, namely, Southern Railway trains, Seaboard Air 
Line Railway trains, Raleigh and Southport Railway trains, and Norfolk 
Southern Railroad trains, should use Southern Railway tracks; that is to say, 
tracks numbers one (1) and two (2). The bulletins referred to above were 
the only instructions given for the operation of this yard of which we have any 
evidence. 

On the evening of the 12th day of August, 1010, these yards being under 
the direction and control of the station-master, were by him so adjusted that 
the Southern Railway lead track opened to track number one (1) and Sea- 
board Air Line Railway lead track was opened by means of switches on cross- 
over track to track number two (2). These switches were locked, except the 
one at the end of cross-oyer track on Southern Railway track. The lock to this 
switch had been taken off by the section-master of the Southern Railway a few 
days before this accident, to be used to lock some other switch, and was not 
returned until a few days after the accident, and a wooden pin was used in 
place of the lock. 

The opening of switch of cross-over track to Seaboard Air Line Railway 
track closed the Seaboard Air Line Railway tracks numbers three (3) and 
four (4). 

This was the condition when Southern Railway passenger train (section 2) 
No. 22 arrived at Raleigh, six hours behind schedule time. This train passed 
Seaboard Air Line Railway train No. 84 a short distance from Raleigh. 
Southern Railway train No. 22 stopped upon approaching the cross-over from 
the Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Southern Railway tracks, and finding 
that Southern Railway train No. Ill was occupying track number one (1) of 
cross-over, changed the switch at end of cross-over on Southern Railway tracks so 
as to open same to track number two (2) for Southern Railway train No. 22, but 
did not change the switch at the end of the cross-over on the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway track so as to close the same to Seaboard Air Line train No. 84; and 
thereupon Southern Railway train No. 22 was moved up on track number two 



24 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

(2), the rear car of which stood immediately over the switch at the cross-over. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway train No. 84 arrived a few minutes after Southern 
Railway train No. 22 and ran in on the cross-over track, colliding with the 
side of rear coach of Southern Railway train No. 22. One passenger on South- 
ern Railway train No. 22 was killed instantly ; another received injuries from 
which he died later, and several others are more or less injured. None of the 
passengers on Seaboard Air Line Railway train received any injuries. 

The brakeman who opened the switch for Southern Railway train No. 22 to 
track number two (2) did not understand that any further duty was required 
of him. The crew of Seaboard Air Line Railway train No. 84 presumed that 
the track which they would occupy was properly adjusted for them, and did not 
discover that it was not so adjusted in time to prevent the collision which 
occurred. 

The Commission finds that both the Southern Railway and Seaboard Air 
Line Railway were negligent in failing to provide adequate rules for the gov- 
ernment of this yard while repairs were being made ; that they are both negli- 
gent in failing to furnish a switchman to operate the switches on this yard at 
night as well as in the daytime. The removal of the lock on the switch to the 
cross-over track by an employee of the Southern Railway, while not affecting 
this accident, shows the careless manner of operating this yard. 

The Commission further finds that in the absence of rules the crew of South- 
ern Railway train No. 22 was negligent in failing to close the switch which 
opened to the cross-over from the Seaboard Air Line Railway before opening 
the switch at the end of this cross-over on track number two (2) to Southern 
Railway train No. 22. This crew knew that train No. 84 was following and 
found that track number two (2) had been provided for train No. 84. If it 
entered track number two (2) at all, it should not have done so without taking 
proper steps to protect its own train as well as the Seaboard Air Line Railway 
train. The crew of the Seaboard Air Line Railway should have, under the 
circumstances, known, and should not have presumed, that the switches were 
adjusted properly for them before entering this yard at the speed they were 
going. 

In order to prevent repetition of collisions on this yard, the Southern Rail- 
way and Seaboard Air Line Railway should employ a man to operate these 
switches at night as well as in the daytime, under proper rules and regulations. 

It is ordered that a copy of these findings be furnished to the Southern 

Railway and Seaboard Air Line Railway. Franklin McNeill, 

, 4. on -in-m Chairman. 

August 30, 1910. 

CITIZENS OF RALEIGH v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, NORTH 
CAROLINA RAILROAD, SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, RALEIGH 
AND SOUTHPORT RAILWAY COMPANY, NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY— IN RE RALEIGH UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

This matter was heard on exceptions of the Southern Railway Company 
and Seaboard Air Line Railway on the 27th day of August, 1910. 

Complainants were represented by Messrs. Aycock & Winston, attorneys at 
law, and defendants Southern Railway Company and Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, excepting, were represented by James II. Pou, Esq., attorney at law. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 25 

The only exception . insisted upon at the hearing was exception No. 4, and is 
as follows : 

To the order of this Commission on page 8 of the order, requir- 
. ing this respondent and the Seaboard Air Line Railway to build 
a wall along the western side of the concourse and provide the 
concourse with radiators. 

To this portion of the order of this honorable Commission this 
respondent respectfully excepts, and asks that this honorable 
Commission again consider the matter. 

This respondent believes that the inclosing of the concourse 
will be objectionable to the traveling public, in that it would of 
necessity prevent passengers in the waiting-rooms or in the con- 
course from seeing the trains that were approaching the station, 
and not enable them, without great inconvenience, to determine 
whether the train entering the station was the one they desired 
to take or not. 

Your respondent states that during almost the entire year the 
weather in the city of Raleigh is not such as would make it nec- 
essary to inclose the concourse and heat it. That there are few 
days during the winter when the temperature is so low as to 
make the open concourse objectionable. That during such days 
there would be ample room within the main waiting-room of the 
station to accommodate the traveling public. That the construc- 
tion of a wall at the concourse gates would, during the greater 
part of the year, make the concourse uncomfortably warm, not- 
withstanding that the partition was constructed in such a man- 
ner as to permit ventilation. 

Your respondent states that in order to protect the traveling 
public from accident and constant danger, it would be necessary 
to construct the lower portion of the concourse at least 6 feet 
from the ground of solid material, thus cutting off both light and 
ventilation. 

Your respondent is of the opinion that the greater number of 
people in the city of Raleigh prefer that the concourse be not 
inclosed, and that the companies owning the station should be 
permitted to complete it in accordance with the plans heretofore 
adopted, with the enlarged smoking and retiring rooms, leaving 
the concourse open and unheated ; and your respondent respect- 
fully presents these views to this honorable Commission and asks 
that this respondent and the Seaboard Air Line Railway be per- 
mitted to finish the work of remodeling the station, leaving the 
concourse uninclosed. And if it is found that the waiting-room 
space is inadequate, this respondent and the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway will carry out the wishes of this Commission and arrange 
to build a partition from the northern wall of the station to the 
southern wall, where the concourse fence is to be established, 
such partition to have glass transoms, which can be opened in 
summer and will arrange to provide seats in the same. 

This respondent respectfully states that it is the intention of 
this respondent and the Seaboard Air Line Railway to provide 
seats in the concourse for the traveling public, and believes that 
the concourse will prove a much more pleasant space for passen- 
gers to occupy, for at least eleven months out of twelve, than it 
would if inclosed in accordance with the order of this honorable 
Commission. 

The Seaboard Air Line Railway also filed exceptions in substance the same 
as those of the Southern Railway Company herein above referred to and 
quoted. 



20 BT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Iii support of this exception defendants Southern Railway Company and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway introduced and filed with the Commission petition 
signed by about 848 persons purporting to be citizens of Raleigh, and in the 
following form : 

To the Honorable Corporation Commission: 

We, the undersigned citizens of Raleigh, respectfully represent 
unto you that we frequently have occasion to use the union sta- 
tion; and we are, to some extent, familiar with the improve- 
ments now being made on the station. 

We are of the opinion that the white waiting-room, when com- 
pleted, will be large enough for all ordinary occasions ; and we 
think it would be best if what is known as the concourse were 
left open, so there will be at least one portion of the station not 
heated by steam and with perfect ventilation; whereas, if the 
concourse be inclosed, the entire station will be heated by steam ; 
and this will be very objectionable on pleasant days during the 
winter. We think that the comfort and convenience of the sta- 
tion will be better if the concourse be left open, so that people 
may see the trains as they come in and depart. 

We, therefore, suggest to the Commission, if it be consistent 
with your opinion of what is right and proper, that you modify 
the former order, so that the station may be completed and the 
concourse left open and be given a trial in that shape. Then, if 
it appears to be unsatisfactory the concourse can be inclosed. 

Respectfully submitted. 

In deference to the wishes and opinion of a large number of petitioners, the 
Commission is of the opinion that it is proper to suspend so much of the 
order as requires the inclosing and heating of the concourse until the station 
as otherwise remodeled and improved can be tried and it can be thus ascer- 
tained whether the comfort and convenience of the station will be better with 
the concourse left open. If it turn out that the waiting-room is inadequate, the 
inclosing and heating of the concourse will be insisted upon as outlined in the 
original order, and it is so ordered. 

This cause is continued for further directions. 

Franklin McNeiix, 

September 1. 1910. Chairman. 

Brown, Commissioner, dissenting : The petition in this case was signed by a 
committee of representative business men authorized to do so by one of the 
commercial organizations of the city of Raleigh, supported in good faith by the 
citizens generally, alleging that the passenger accommodations were entirely 
inadequate for the security, convenience, and comfort of the traveling public; 
that the proposed improvements would not meet the requirements. 

Petition, as amended, asked that the respondent roads unite in erecting and 
maintaining a new union passenger station. The Commission assented to this 
amendment. 

In course of the hearing, petitioners, for reasons satisfactory to themselves, 
under the circumstances and conditions, intimated that they were willing to 
accept, for the present, as a compromise, additional improvements, such as 
inclosing the concourse with glass, following a suggestion of a highly intelligent 
railroad official and a witness for one of the respondent roads that this could 
be done in case of further needed improvements, and as is done in the Pennsyl- 
vania station in Jersey City. 



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The Coin mission accepted this view of the proceeding and issued an order 
requiring respondents to inclose the concourse, glazing same ; to supply it with 
radiators and seats, and the furnishing to be in harmony with the main wait- 
ing-room. This, then, was the basis upon which the petitioners were content 
to rest for the present. 

Respondents excepted to the order, and through their strenuous efforts, and 
unusual proceedings, have induced a large number of citizens (although re- 
spondents in their answer stated they believed that the management of the rail- 
roads were better qualified to express an opinion upon the sufficiency of accom- 
modations than the citizens) to place their signatures to a petition which, in 
effect, asks that the concourse be not inclosed and expressing satisfaction with 
the present waiting-room accommodations. 

The railroad companies have gained their point, the order has been sus- 
pended, the Commission receding from the position first taken without giving 
the relief sought, thus losing the opportunity for obtaining a new union pas- 
senger station for many years to come. 

I now have no objection to concurring, and do concur, in the suspension, for 
a limited time, as petitioned for, of the order of the Commission requiring the 
concourse to be inclosed ; but in doing so I am of the opinion the Commission 
should go further and grant the relief sought by petitioners. The hope of 
getting these additional accommodations, referred to, in the first place led me 
to support the order for inclosing the concourse. 

With great respect for the opinion of my associates, I differ with them, and 
I, therefore, must dissent from the termination of the case in this manner, for 
the reason I am convinced the just demands of the petitioners are not met, 
and it gives acquiescence to that work which has been done and will remove 
the status quo of conditions prevailing at the date of tiling petition for union 
passenger station, and thus preventing hereafter consideration of same upon 
its merits, as should be done. 

At the date of filing petition, June 17, 1910, very little work had been done 
towards making any changes, no considerable expense incurred, and in passing 
upon the matter, the work that has been done since, though it is possible the 
greater part of the old and new could be utilized in the construction of a new 
station, should not be considered, as respondents have done same at their peril, 
due notice having been given that petition for a new union station was being 
considered. 

I shall now consider the case upon its merits. Writing the opinion in this 
case, I stated that the citizens of Raleigh had been very patient, and that in 
agreeing to withdraw their request for a new union passenger station, provided 
certain additional improvements were made, were modest in their demands. 

It is unnecessary to again recite the facts set out in the former order in this 
cause. It was admitted that the accommodations were inadequate, and the 
admissions, with the facts found, justify the ordering of a new station, and I 
am of the opinion that respondents, now having been relieved from inclosing the 
concourse, should be required to unite in the joint undertaking of the erection 
and maintaining of a new, modern station, with accommodations commensurate 
with the business and revenue received, and sufficient to promote the security, 
convenience, and accommodation of the traveling public, and in keeping with 
the importance of the place, it being the capital city of the State, and it being 
one, too, in which the people of the whole State are interested. This should be 



28 N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

erected on the present site, which is an ideal and convenient one, but at 
present with conditions very much congested, lack of trackage room, facilities 
for handling baggage, unattractive and insufficient lunch-room, mail-room, etc., 
etc., all of which can be overcome by the purchasing of available land adjoin- 
ing at a reasonable price, or, if not, can be secured, under the statute, by 
condemnation proceedings. 

Respondent Norfolk Southern Railroad Company is now paying $5,000, 
annually, trackage rights, which sum is equivalent to an investment of $125,000, 
and this company could, no doubt, enter the station ojq its own tracks for a 
sum considerably less than this. 

Respondent Raleigh and Southport Railway is paying interest on an invest- 
ment equal to $30,000. However, if upon survey and full investigation, it be 
found impracticable for the last-mentioned roads to enter upon their own 
tracks, trackage rights or rental could be acquired on such terms as would 
protect both the weak and stronger lines under the statute authorizing the 
Commission to require the establishment of union passenger stations, which 
reads as follows : 

To require, when practicable, and when the necessities of the 
case, in the judgment of the Corporation Commission, require, 
any two or more railroads which now or hereafter may enter any 
city or town to have one common or union passenger depot for 
the security, accommodation, and convenience of the traveling 
public, and to unite in the joint undertaking and expense of erect- 
ing, constructing, and maintaining such union passenger depot, 
commensurate with the business and revenues of such railroad 
companies or corporations, on such terms, regulations, provisions, 
and conditions as the Commission shall prescribe. The rail- 
roads so ordered to construct a union depot shall have power 
to condemn land for such purpose, as in case of locating and con- 
structing a line of railroad. 

At the expiration of the suspended order, I shall consider it upon conditions 
appearing at that time. 

September 1, 1910. 

R. W. HOUSE et als. v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY- 
PETITION FOR SIDING. 

Brown, Commissioner: Petitioners in this case are engaged in sawmill 
business and ask that respondent place a siding near their plant at a point 
between Hobgood and Oak City. Petitioners allege that they will be able to 
deliver one million feet of lumber at siding during this year and will furnish 
three million feet before the mill is removed. Petitioners agree to furnish the 
necessary cross-ties and do the grading. 

Upon investigation, it appearing that, in addition to use of siding by peti- 
tioners, it will convenience a large community of shippers, respondent is noti- 
fied that in the opinion of the Commission the business that would accrue ,to 
said siding will justify the expense of placing and maintaining same, and it 
should grant the relief sought by petitioner without formal hearing and order. 

Respondent, through its general superintendent, expressing a willingness to 
meet the views of the Commission, case is closed. 

September 2, 1910. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 29 

ELLINGTON BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY v. SEABOARD AIR LINE 
RAILWAY— PETITION FOR SIDING. 

Brown, Commissioner: The petition in this matter was filed July 21, 1910, 
and answer thereto August 1, 1910. At a session of the Commission at 
Raleigh on August 1, 1910, it was called for hearing, petitioners being repre- 
sented by J. N. Holding, Esq., and respondent by J. H. Pou, Esq. Witnesses 
were sworn, and during course of examination both parties asked leave for 
continuance, as they felt a satisfactory agreement could be reached. 

At a session of the Commission on August 5, 1910, petitioner and respondent 
again appear, saying that they had failed to agree, petitioner objecting to 
certain agreement required to be entered into for siding and respondent fur- 
ther objecting to assuming responsibility of placing siding at point desired, 
alleging unsafe place to cut main line, it being on a grade and near a curve, 
and both parties now asking that the Commission pass upon the matter. 

Further examination of witnesses was had, with the following pertinent 
facts appearing: 

Petitioner, Ellington Building Supply Company, has a lumber plant located 
within the corporate limits of the city of Raleigh and is engaged in the 
business of general manufacturing of building material, such as sash, doors, 
blinds, flooring, and other kinds of building material, including rough and 
dressed lumber, the operating of a planing mill for dressing and shipping 
lumber to other markets and a general lumber and wood business, and the 
handling of shingles, laths, roofing of all kinds, etc., etc. 

That petitioner is successor to the North Carolina Building and Supply Com- 
pany, who have conducted a similar business for the past twelve years, but 
now desire to remove their plant to a new location on property on line of 
Seaboard Air Line Railway, which they have recently purchased, and on 
which they are erecting and constructing buildings which will cost $10,000, 
and to equip the same with machinery for the operation of said business, which 
said machinery petitioner now owns and has in its possession, the same being 
of the value of $8,000. Petitioner already has on said lot 75,000 feet of lum- 
ber and other material for constructing their buildings. 

Petitioner asks for a siding or spur track over 400 feet in length and less 
than 500 feet to said plant. 

It appears from the evidence that a reasonable estimate of the amount of 
freight that would accrue to respondent road by reason of said side or spur 
track would be from $2,000 to $2,400 per annum, and that the business estab- 
lished will be of some permanency. That the business and revenue accruing 
to respondent Seaboard Air Line Railway would justify respondent in putting 
in siding or spur track. This is not controverted by respondent. 

That by extending siding to a distance of 584 feet, which can be done by 
reason of purchase of additional land since this proceeding began, an element 
of danger both from fire and operation will be materially lessened. 

That respondent is willing to waive jurisdiction of the Commission in which 
it is limited, under the statute, to require construction of side-tracks not 
exceeding 500 feet in length, as it tends to promote safety, but in doing so 
asks that petitioner relieve respondent from any damages or loss, except from 
negligence on part of respondent, by fire to petitioner's property communicated 



30 KT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

by locomotives or engines of the railway resulting from operation beyond the 
right of way of respondent company. This the Commission understands peti- 
tioner is willing to do. 

That according to estimate of Assistant Engineer Coburn, of respondent road, 
the cost of constructing said siding or spur track, using such material as set 
out in specification, would be about $1,100. With the facts appearing as above 
set forth, the Commission is of the opinion that the petitioner is entitled to the 
siding or spur-track facilities asked for, and it is, therefore, ordered that upon 
petitioner doing or paying for the necessary grading, furnishing the cross-ties, 
one-half of the switch-ties, and assuming one-half the cost of culvert or drain 
pipe used, that respondent construct a siding or spur track to petitioner's place 
of business, furnishing all rails, fastenings, switches, and all other material 
necessary to properly construct said siding or spur track, within thirty days 
from the date hereof. 

September 19, 1010. 

CITIZENS OF SHELBY v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— IN RE 
DEPOT FACILITIES. 

Brown, Commissioner: Hearing on exceptions of respondent to order of the 
Corporation Commission in matter of passenger station. O. M. Mull, attorney 
for petitioners ; J. H. Pou, attorney for respondent. 

This cause coming on to be heard upon exceptions by respondent, petitioners 
being represented by O. M. Mull, Esq., attorney, and respondent by J. H. Pou, 
Esq., attorney. 

Argument of counsel is heard, together with explanations by W. A. Gore, 
superintendent of respondent road, of plans submitted for proposed arrange- 
ment of present station buildings. 

The Commission is not convinced that adequate accommodations can be 
given for passengers, together with the proper handling of freight, by such 
rearrangement of present station building as proposed, and is of the opinion 
that exceptions should be overruled. 

After full consideration, it is ordered that the exceptions be and they are 
hereby overruled, and that the order heretofore made in this case is in all 
respects affirmed. 

And it is further ordered that plans and specifications for Said station be 
submitted to the Commission as heretofore ordered, within thirty days from 
the date hereof. 

September 22, 1010. 

IN RE TELEPHONE RATES FOR SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH COMPANY, MURPHY, N. C. 

Whereas it appears to the Corporation Commission that the Southern Bell 
Telephone and Telegraph Company proposes to furnish telephone service for 
the town of Murphy ; and 

Whereas it appears that the said Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph 
Company and the mayor and board of commissioners have agreed upon the 
rates for said service; 

It is, therefore, ordered, in accordance with said agreement, that when the 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 31 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company shall have rebuilt the tele- 
phone exchange at Murphy and made subscribers' lines metallic circuit, the 
following rates shall be allowed for said service, to wit: 

(a) Until three hundred (300) stations are connected with said exchange, 
the rates charged for Murphy exchange telephone service shall not be in 
excess of — 

Unlimited special-line business stations $3.00 per month. 

Unlimited duplex-line business stations 2.50 per month. 

Unlimited special-line residence stations 2.00 per month. 

Unlimited duplex-line residence stations 1.50 per month. 

(It) When the number of stations connected with said exchange shall exceed 
three hundred (300), and not exceed five hundred (500). the rates charged for 
Murphy exchange service shall not be in excess of — 

Unlimited special-line business stations $3.50 per month. 

Unlimited duplex-line business stations 3.00 per month. 

Unlimited special-line residence stations 2.00 per month. 

Unlimited duplex-line residence stations 1.50 per month. 

September 30, 1910. 

CITIZENS OF FAYETTEVILLE v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY AND RALEIGH AND SOUTHPORT RAILWAY COMPANY— 
IN RE UNION PASSENGER STATION— ORDER. 

This is a petition for a union passenger station at Fayetteville. 

Petition alleges that each of the defendants now has a separate depot or pas- 
senger station, but that neither has a station or depot adequate, convenient, 
or offering suitable accommodation for the traveling public. 

The Raleigh and Southport Railway Company answered and denied the alle- 
gation that it has not a depot or station adequate, convenient, and offering 
suitable accommodation for the traveling public in the city of Fayetteville ; on 
the contrary, it alleges that its station is adequate and convenient for the 
traveling public. 

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company answered and admitted that it 
did not have a passenger depot adequate, convenient, or offering suitable 
accommodation for the traveling public, and alleging that while it is practicable 
for defendants to have a common or union passenger station, there is no neces- 
sity for its adoption. Before answering in a formal way, the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company filed with the Commission plans and specifications, 
according to which, it alleged, they proposed to remodel and change the present 
passenger station, and contended that, thus remodeled, the station would in all 
respects be adequate. 

It was stated by both defendants that with the depot remodeled according 
to the plans filed, it was probable terms could be arranged between them by 
which both defendants could occupy it. 

The plans and specifications were not satisfactory to complainants, and as 
issue was joined as to union passenger station, the case was heard in Fayette- 
ville on the 31st day of August, 1910. 

Both petitioners and defendants offered evidence, which was taken down by 
stenographer and copy thereof made and filed in the record in this case. 



32 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

The testimony established the total inadequacy of the present Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company's depot. It was erected some time after the Wilson 
short-cut was constructed through Fayetteville, and before the business of this 
road had attained anything like its present proportions, and for the accommo- 
dation of the traveling public on this road. Since its erection the Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad Company acquired and is now operating so much of the 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad as is between Sanford and Wilmington 
and Fayetteville and Bennettsville. The Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Rail- 
road had a passenger station at Fayetteville more commodious than the present 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company's station ; but the Cape Fear and Yad- 
kin Valley Railroad station was discontinued upon the purchase above re- 
ferred to, and all passenger trains operated by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company to Fayetteville go in and out from the present passenger sta- 
tion erected on the W T ilson short-cut. 

The revenue received by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company from 
this station, per year, was alleged to be from $15,000 to $18,000 per month 
for passengers, and that its receipts from freight amount to some $60,000 to 
$70,000 per month, or about two-thirds of a million dollars per annum, making 
the total receipts of said road about $1,000,000 per annum. 

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company admitted that it received for 
itself and its connection from this station for the last fiscal year from freights 
$280,559, from passengers $116,937, or a total of $406,496. 

The population of Fayetteville and suburbs is estimated to be about 15,000. 

The evidence established the fact that the Raleigh and Southport Railway 
Company has an adequate depot. 

The law authorizing the Corporation Commission to require two or more 
railroads to unite in the erection of union passenger stations has the follow- 
ing proviso : 

Provided, that nothing in this section shall be construed to 
authorize the Commission to require the construction of such 
union depot should the railroad companies at the time of appli- 
cation for said order have separate depots which, in the opinion 
of the Corporation Commission, are adequate and convenient and 
offer suitable accommodation for the traveling public. 

In view of this provision, the Corporation Commission is of the opinion that 
it cannot require the defendants to unite in the erection of a union passenger 
station, but for many considerations it is desirable for defendants to occupy 
and use the same passenger station. It is admitted by both defendants that 
this is practicable. It was announced in one of the conferences held by this 
Commission with the defendants that it was probable these defendants could 
agree upon terms upon which the Raleigh and Southport Railway could occupy 
the station of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, and it is hoped by 
the Commission that such an agreement will be perfected. 

Upon consideration of the plans submitted by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company, the Commission is of the opinion that such plans do not provide 
for sufficient or adequate depot facilities at Fayetteville. The general arrange- 
ments of the station are not such as they should be. The waiting-rooms are 
too small ; the ladies' retiring-room is too small. The defect in the proposed 
plans arises out of the fact, in the opinion of the Commission, that the Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad Company is insisting upon using and remodeling the pres- 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 33 

ent passenger station, which is admittedly entirely too small, and was erected 
at a cost originally of probably not more than $4,000 or $5,000 and at a site 
which probably would not be chosen for such station to-day. 

It is, therefore, ordered that the plans for remodeling the station submitted 
by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company be and the same are hereby 
disapproved, and it is further ordered that the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company submit other plans within thirty days from the date hereof for pas- 
senger facilities at Fayetteville. Franklin McNeill, 

October 1, 1910. Chairman. 

IN RE TELEPHONE RATES FOR SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 

Whereas it appears from the petition of the Southern Bell Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to the Corporation Commission that it, on July 11, 1907, 
made an agreement with the city of Winston, N. C, and the Board of Trade 
of Winston-Salem, N. C, providing for the reconstruction of its exchange in 
said city and the establishment of certain rates for local exchange telephone 
service; and 

Whereas it appears from the said petition and from proof submitted that the 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company has fully and in all respects 
complied with the terms of the said agreement, and is now entitled to charge 
the rates for said service provided for therein : 

It is, therefore, ordered that the said petition be and the same is hereby 
approved and that the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company be 
and it is hereby authorized to charge the following rates for local exchange 
telephone service in Winston-Salem, N. C, as stipulated in said agreement, for 
the classes of service below, viz. : 

$4.00 per month for unlimited special-line business service; 
$3.50 per month for unlimited duplex-line business service ; 
$2.50 per month for unlimited special-line residence service ; 
$2.00 per month for unlimited duplex-line residence service. 

November 11, 1910. 



CITIZENS OF FAYETTEVILLE v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY AND RALEIGH AND SOUTHPORT RAILROAD COMPANY— 
IN RE UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

This cause was heard on exceptions by committee to plans and specifications 
filed by defendant for passenger station at Fayetteville. 

Maj. E. J. Hale and Messrs. Rose and McAllister, committee, were present, 
and represented committee. George B. Elliott, Esq., assistant general counsel, 
was present and represented defendant. 

The second and fourth exceptions were insisted upon and defendant agreed 
to enlarge waiting-rooms by making them 5 feet wider and to add a porte co- 
chere; and same being satisfactory to the parties and in the opinion of the 
Commission, also, it is 

Ordered, that the plans and specifications, modified as above, be and they 
are hereby approved, and that the passenger station be constructed within six 
months from the date hereof. 

November 25, 1910. 
Corp. 1 3 



34 BT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

CITIZENS OF SHELBY v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— IN RE PAS- 
SENGER STATION FACILITIES. 

This cause corning on for further hearing upon approval of plans submitted 
by respondent company for the passenger station heretofore ordered to be 
erected at Shfelby, and it appearing that the plans submitted are satisfactory 
to petitioners and in compliance with the order of the Commission in this 
cause : 

It is ordered that respondent proceed without delay to the erection of said 
station, to the end that same be completed within four months from date 
hereof. 

By order of the Commission. 

December 5, 1910. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 



Henderson Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
of $17.99 overcharge on shipment of buggy bodies and seats. Claim paid. 

Joseph Smart v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $12 for sheep killed 
in transit. Claim paid. 

Miss Annie L. Frost v. Southern Railway Company. Claim of $10 for trunk 
lost in transit. Claim paid. 

Dobbin-Ferrall Company v. Raleigh and Southport Railway Company. 
Claim for shipment lost in transit. Claim adjusted. 

J. M. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim of $8.75 for shipment 
not delivered. Claim paid. 

W. E. Overton v. Southern Express Company. Claim for lost shipment. 
Claim adjusted. 

A. Cannon v. Southern Express Company. Claim of 29 cents overcharge on 
shipment of corn. Claim paid. 

Jim Bell v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $2 for shipment not 
delivered. Claim paid. 

Weathers Furniture Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for 
damaged shipment. Claim adjusted. 

F. R. Graham v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim of $30 for 
suitcase lost in transit. Claim paid. 

Miss Katie B. Lane v. Norfolk Southern Railway. Claim of $30 for trunk 
damaged in transit. Claim paid. 

J. G. Godett v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $3 for shipment un- 
delivered. Claim paid. 

Ellison Brothers Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint of ex- 
cessive rate on shipment of molasses from Baltimore to Grimesland. Ad- 
justed. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 35 

J. B. Bastnight v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim of $1.50 for case 
of lard short in delivery. Claim paid. 

J. M. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim of $4.73 for lost ship- 
ment. Claim paid. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim 
of $10.50 for overcharge on shipment of fertilizer. Claim paid. 

T. Ivey v. Southern Express Company. Claim of 70 cents for overcharge 
on shipment of peach crates. Claim paid. 

Peele & Co. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for overcharge in ship- 
ment of drugs. Adjusted. 

J. W. Sanders v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for overcharge on ship- 
ment of merchandise. Adjusted. 

Z. V. Pate v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for overcharge in ship- 
ment. Claim adjusted. 

D. I. Watson v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Claim for overcharge 
on message from Bluemont to Southport. Claim adjusted. 

L. F. McCabe v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for overcharge in rail- 
road fare from Washington, D. C, to Oriental. Claim paid. 

Durham Can Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim for overcharge in shipment of cans. Claim adjusted. 

Citizens of Roseboro v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
for improved depot facilities at Roseboro. Granted. 

Citizens of Kerr v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition for 
separate waiting-rooms for white and colored at Kerr. Granted. 

Citizens of Coalville v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
change of flag station from Coalville siding to side-track about one-half mile 
west. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Petition to remove station 
from Skyland to Busbee. Petition denied. 

Mount Airy Shippers v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight 
accommodations at Mount Airy. It appearing that additional facilities are 
furnished, case is closed. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway to the Commission. Application to 
discontinue Lost Cove as passenger stop. Granted. 

Citizens of Roxobel v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition for better depot 
and warehouse facilities. Granted. 

Citizens of Carlton's Crossing v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Petition for establishment of passenger station at Carlton's Crossing. Denied. 

Citizens of Newell v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of depot ac- 
commodations at Newell. Improved facilities are given. Case closed. 



36 N. C. CORPORATION- COMMISSION". 

Citizens of Richfield v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
improved depot facilities at Richfield. Granted. 

Citizens of Forshee v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that 
Forshee be made a flag station. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Fair Bluff v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of depot accommodations at Fair Bluff. Conditions are remedied and relief 
granted. 

Double Shoals Cotton Mills v. Lawndale Railway Company. Complaint of 
depot facilities. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Fontana v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of station 
facilities at Fontana, and asking that an agent be placed at that place. Im- 
provements made in facilities and agent placed. 

Town of Waxhaw v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of passenger 
accommodations and asking for agent. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Nebo v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for better 
depot facilities at Nebo. Granted. 

Citizens of Mackeys Ferry v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint of 
accommodations at depot and insufficient service at Mackeys Ferry. Adjusted. 

John B. Ives v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of service at freight 
depot at Statesville. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Hillgirt v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of depot 
facilities at Hillgirt and asking for improvements Denied. 

Citizens of Newberlin v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Petition 
asking for improved station facilities. Granted. 

Citizens of Verona v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition ask- 
ing for better depot facilities at Verona. Granted. 

Wake Forest Shippers v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint for 
freight depot service. Adjusted. 

Town of Bullock v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of lack of 
waiting-room facilities for white and colored people. Separate waiting-rooms 
are provided. Case closed. 

Patterson Store Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of ac- 
commodations furnished for the handling of freight at Roanoke Junction. 
Adjusted. 

Robert L. Leckie v. Southern Railway Company and Carolina, Clinchfield 
and Ohio Railway. Petition asking for establishment of union station at Blan- 
ton Siding. Dismissed. 

Sergeant Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of classification of grate bars. Classification made as follows: 

Circular No. 123. 

CHANGE IN CLASSIFICATION OF GRATE BARS. 

From and after December 10, 1909, grate bars will be classi- 
fied as follows : 

Grate Bars (each shipment, weighing 200 poimds or over, 
whether in one or more pieces) — Class A. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 37 

Elizabeth Hosiery Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
freight rate on knitting-mill products. Adjusted. 

Acme Manufacturing Company v. Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company 
and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of freight rate on fer- 
tilizer from Wilmington and Cronly to Dundarrach. Adjusted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
establish rate ZV-2 cents per 100 pounds, car-load minimum 40,000 pounds, on 
general mixture of sawmill material from Goldsboro to Enterprise Siding. 
Granted. 

China Grove Roller Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Application for 
milling-in-transit rates. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for change in 
classification of dump carts. Granted. Circular No. 128 issued as follows : 

CLASSIFICATION OF CARTS. 

From and after this date, carts will be classified as follows : 

Carts, viz. : Released. 

Barrel, wheels and shafts detached and crated, L. C. L. . 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Coal and Dump, S. U., L. C. L 1% 

Same, with wheels detached, L. C. L 3 

Same, taken apart and thoroughly K. D., L. C. L 4 

Same, S. U. or K. D.. C. L. min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Hand or Push, S. U., L. C. L Dl 

Hand or Push, K. D. or with wheels detached, L. C. L. . 1 

Hand or Push, S. U. or K. D., C. L. min. wt. 20,000 lbs. . 5 

Road, without bodies, K. D., fiat, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L. : same as Carriages, Buggies, and Trotting 
Wagons, C. L. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
special rate on outfit of logging cars, locomotives, old rail, etc., of 4% cents 
per 100 pounds, car-load minimum 40,000 pounds, from Tarboro to Moemyer. 
Granted. 

Ellis Carriage Works v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint of clas- 
sification and freight rate on buggies to Florida points. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for special 
rate on rough stones for the purpose of new roads in Guilford County. 
Granted. 

Appalachian Railway Company to the Commission. Application of flat rate 
of 10 cents per 100 pounds on all commodities for use of the Indian School at 
Cherokee. Granted. 

Shamrock Mills Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
classification and rate on paper bags. After investigation, it appearing that 
the article mentioned is not paper bags, but an envelope, and should take the 
classification and freight rate of envelope, case is dismissed. 

Tallulah Falls Railway Company to the Commission. Application to apply 
a rate of $6.50 per car of lumber, 45,000 pounds minimum, from Forty-five 
Mile Post, Orlando, and Otto to Franklin. Granted. 



38 n. c. corporation commission. 



Stokes Furniture Company to the Commission. Application for change in 
classification of feather beds. Dismissed. 

W. D. Johnson & Co. v. Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad. Com- 
plaint of rates on lumber to Norfolk, Va., and asking that the Virginia and 
Carolina Southern Railroad be treated as one and the same railroad as the 
Atlantic Coast Line in the adjustment of freight rates to Norfolk, Va. De- 
fendant company failing to grant relief desired, and it being an interstate ship- 
ment and without the jurisdiction of the Commission, case is dismissed. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company to the Commission. Applica- 
tion for classification and rate on sawdust. Circular No. 133 issued as fol- 
lows : 

CLASSIFICATION OF SAWDUST. 

From and after June 20, 1910. sawdust. C. L., 24,000 pounds 
minimum, will take Class P. 

M. L. Mauney v. Southern Railway Company. Application for special rate 
on waste product from stone quarry, from Regal, N. C, to Ducktown, Tenn. 
This being an interstate matter, case is dismissed. 

Aurora v. Washington and Vandemere Railroad Company. Complaint of 
passenger fare, and asking that the standard passenger rate of 2i/> cents per 
mile be put in effect on this road. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
special rate of iy 2 cents per 100 pounds, 40,000 pounds minimum, on rails and 
track material from Wallace to Wilmington, for the Carolina Timber Com- 
pany. Granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad to the Commission. Application for classification 
of automobiles. Circular No. 137 issued as follows: 

CLASSIFICATION OF AUTOMOBILES, LOCOMOBILES, ETC. 

From and after this date automobiles, locomobiles, or other self- 
propelled vehicles, will be classified as follows: 
S. U., not boxed or crated, minimum weight 2,500 pounds 

each, L. C. L Double First Class. 

S. U., boxed or crated, actual weight, L. C. L.. .Double First Class. 
K. D, boxed or crated, actual weight, L. C. L. 

One and one-half First Class. 
S. U. or K. D.. C. L., minimum weight 10,000 pounds. .First Class. 

L. C. Bagwell v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight rate 
on farm wagons from Clarksville, Va., to Franklin, N. C. It being an inter- 
state rate, and without the jurisdiction of the Commission, case is dismissed. 

Durham Can Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Application for 
change in classification of one-gallon oil cans. Granted. Circular No. 139 
issued as follows : 

CLASSIFICATION OF OIL CANS. 

From and after August 20, 1910. oil cans, tin, boxed or crated, 
L. C. L., will be classified as second class. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 39 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to operate following rates on rough vehicle material to Winston-Salem : 
From — 

Summerfield 8 cts. per cwt. 

Hiddenite 10 cts. per cwt. 

Norwood 10 cts. per cwt. 

Carload minimum 40,000 pounds. Same scale of rates to be extended to other 
manufacturers, should application be made. . Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for change in 
classification on galvanized cornices and ornamental work for buildings. 
Granted. Circular No. 140 issued as follows : 

CHANGE IN CLASSIFICATION OF CORNICES AND ORNA- 
MENTAL WORK FOR BUILDING. 

From and after October 20, 1910, the classification of cornices 
and ornamental work for building will read as follows : 

Cornices and ornamental work for buildings, made of sheet or 
stamped metal, plain, galvanized or painted, viz. : 

Boxed or crated. L. C. L 1st Class. 

Boxed or crated, or loose, C L., minimum weight 10,000 

pounds 2d Class. 

Gaither Manufacturing Company v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway 
Company. Complaint of overcharge on lumber from Newton to Clover, S. C, 
and Lowrys, S. C. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Burch v. Southern Railway Company. Petition from Burch set- 
ting out that depot at Crutchfield, a station 4% miles from Burch, was burned, 
and asking that depot be rebuilt at Burch. Petition also being filed asking that 
depot be rebuilt at Crutchfield, the petition from citizens of Burch is denied 
and depot ordered rebuilt at Crutchfield. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for approval of 
tariff for express service oh the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. The 
Commission did not feel justified in authorizing express tariff over this road in 
excess of rates applicable to the various railroads throughout the State, but 
desiring a uniform tariff over the State for the express company, application 
is denied and case dismissed. 

Citizens of Yale v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for the 
removal of Yale station. Dismissed. 

T. W. Mewborn & Co. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Complaint of failure 
of Norfolk Southern Railroad to switch car-loads of freight from Atlantic 
Coast Line track to complainant's siding. Defendant stating that switching 
would be arranged for complainant, case is closed. 

East Carolina Railway to the Commission. Application for removal of 
spur track at Daviston, a flag station. Granted. 

Forest City v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that Southern 
Railway Company establish telephone service in defendant's office. Adjusted. 

George A. Romoser v. Piedmont Telephone Company. Complaint of tele- 
phone service at Conover. Adjusted. 



40 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

McEwen Lumber Company and Azalea Woodworking Company v. Southern 
Express Company. Petition for establishment of express service at Azalea. 
Granted. 

Rev. D. T. Mitchell v. Atlantic and Western Railroad Company. Complaint 
of accommodations for colored passengers on trains of defendant company. 
Adjusted. 

Alexandrianna v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for flag 
stop and side-track at a point 12 ^ miles from Charlotte and 2% miles from 
Croft and Huntersville. Dismissed. 

J. E. Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway Company. 
Complaint in reference to connection of trains between the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway and Southern Railway Company at Cary, and asking that same be 
made. It appearing that the Commission would not be justified in requiring 
this connection, case dismissed. 

Robert E. Ranson v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
condition of railroad crossing at Spring Hope, and asking that overhead bridge 
be built at this crossing. Relief granted. 

Weddington Hardware Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of delay in transportation of freight. It appearing that complaint was not 
well founded, same is withdrawn. 

Troy Cross-Arm Company v. Aberdeen and Asheboro Railroad Company, 
Norfolk and Western Railway Company, Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim 
for damage and lost freight. Dismissed for want of jurisdiction, the shipment 
being one of interstate commerce. 

H. A. Litchfield v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for lost shipment 
of freight. It appearing that shipment had been delivered to consignee, and 
no further action being required, case dismissed. 

John Michels v. Southern Express Company. Claim for damage. Dis- 
missed. 

J. J. Laughinghouse v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for 
overcharge. It appearing that the rate of freight charged was in line with 
rates filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission, case is dismissed. 

James A. Sanders v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway 
Company. Claim for overcharges on shipments of freight. Claim withdrawn. 

W. T. Jones v.. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge. Adjusted. 

George M. McDoug.il v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for lost ship- 
ment of freight. Dismissed. 

D. W. Alderman & Sons Company v. Southern Railway Company and Sea- 
board Air Line Railway. Claims for overcharges. Adjusted. 

Barger Bros. v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharges on car- 
load shipments of lumber. It appearing, upon investigation, that the rates 
charged were in accordance with scale weights of defendant company, and the 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 41 

rate of freight charged was in line with tariff prescribed, complainant not being 
able to controvert the correctness of scale weights, case is dismissed. 

J. L. Williamson v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge in freight. Claim paid. 

J. B. Pearce v. Southern Express Company. Claim for lost shipment of 
jewelry. Dismissed for want of jurisdiction. 

J. P. Holloman v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for lost 
shipment of freight. Dismissed for want of jurisdiction. 

Payne & Decker Bros. v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for over- 
charge on interstate shipment. Referred to Interstate Commerce Commission. 

Lincoln Lithia Water Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
of express rate on mineral waters. Rates revised and adjusted to satisfaction 
of petitioner. 

B. F. Langdon & Son v. Durham and Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of discrimination in freight rates on interstate shipments. Dismissed 
for want of jurisdiction. 

City of New Bern v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight rate 
on granite curbing. Rates adjusted to satisfaction of complainant. 

North Carolina Case Workers' Association to the Commission. Claim for 
overcharge on shipments of furniture. Claim adjusted. 

Shipman Organ Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of 
minimum express charge on organs. Dismissed. 

Acme Manufacturing Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of failure of defendants to establish 
joint rates on shipments of fertilizer between Wilmington and points via San- 
ford. Adjusted and complaint withdrawn. 

Tennessee Bobbin and Spool Company v. Linville River Railway. Complaint 
of freight rate on bobbin stock. Adjusted. 

Cotton Manufacturers' Association v. Southern Railway Company and Nor- 
folk Southern Railroad. Complaint of freight rate on cotton yard. Dis- 
missed. 

Parker Paper and Twine Company to the Commission. Complaint of classifi- 
cation on toilet paper. Adjusted. Circular No. 136 issued as follows : 

CLASSIFICATION OF TOILET PAPER. 

From, and after this date toilet paper, packed or in bundles or 
rolls, will take fifth class. 

Tomlinson Chair Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Complaint 
of classification of chair stock. Adjusted. 

Slade, Rhodes & Co. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim of $40.02 for over- 
charge in freight rate on burnt marl. Claim paid. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for special 
rates on chairs in white. Granted. 



42 W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

W. H. Yopp v. Southern Railway Company, Seaboard Air Line Railway, and 
Norfolk Southern Railroad. Claim for overcharge on shipment of freight. 
Adjusted. 

Business Men of Oxford v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Rail- 
way Company. Complaint of failure of defendants to furnish track connection 
at Oxford for transfer of freight. Answer of defendants having been served 
on petitioners, and no further action being desired, case was dismissed. 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Complaint of switching charges. Adjusted. 

Consumers Cotton Oil Company v. LeRoy Steamboat Company and Norfolk 
Southern Railroad. Complaint of failure of defendant to route shipments of 
freight via and transfer freight at Plymouth from points on Roanoke River for 
points on Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. It appearing that no wharf facilities 
existed at Plymouth for the transfer of such shipments, case is dismissed. 

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Com- 
plaint of train schedules on defendant's line between Wilmington and Hamlet. 
Adjusted. 

Citizens of Littleton v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of passenger 
train service. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Clinton v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition for re- 
moval of telegraph office to more central portion of town. It appearing from 
answer of defendant, being served on petition, that no further action is 
asked, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Hendersonville v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of 
express service. Upon personal investigation and report of Commissioner 
Rogers, case was dismissed. 

S. J. May v. Nantahala Flume and Transportation Company. Complaint of 
flume service. Dismissed. 

J. Frank Houston v. Southern Bell Telephone Company. Complaint of tele- 
phone service. Adjusted. 

J. W. Jones v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of accommodations 
for colored people on defendant's train between Winston and Mooresville. Ad- 
justed. 

John A. McRae v. Southern Bell Telephone Company. Complaint of tele- 
phone service. Adjusted. 

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Company to the Commission. Petition to 
change Kingsdale from collect to prepay station. Granted. 

Pocomoke Guano Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of refusal of defendant to furnish cars for removal of fertilizer. Ad- 
justed. 

Odell Hardware Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of dis- 
crimination in rate on bar iron. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 43 



A. M. Shargo v. Norfolk Southern Railroad and Southern Railway Company. 
Complaint of classification of cotton factory products. Adjusted. Circular 
No. 132 issued as follows : 

CLASSIFICATION OF COTTON FACTORY PRODUCTS. 

(Amended.) 

From and after this date Classification of Cotton Factory Prod- 
ucts will read as follows : 

Dry Goods, viz. : Cotton factory products, in the original piece, 
but not finished articles ready for immediate use (made wholly of 
cotton), packed in rolls, covered with burlap, or in boxes or bales, 
fifth class. 

John L. Everett v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of failure of 
defendant to furnish cars. Adjusted. 

F. S. Neal v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint 
of telephone service. Adjusted. 

T. A. Lyon v. Norfolk Southern Railway. Complaint of excessive baggage 
charges. Adjusted. 

» Citizens of Sharpsburg v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
for train stops. Adjusted. 

Department of Agriculture v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of 
refusal of defendant company to receive shipments of oil samples. Adjusted. 
Circular No. 131 issued as follows : 

(Amending Classification of Petroleum and Petroleum Prod- 
ucts. ) 

To read as follows : 

Petroleum and Petroleum Products (see notes), viz.: 

Coal oil, crude oil, distillates, fuel oil, gas oil, grease (not axle), 
kerosene oil, lubricating oil (not axle grease), miner's oil, paraffine 
oil, paraffine wax, petrolatum, refined oil, residuum, road oil, soap 
oil, tailings, transformer oil and wool oil, viz. : 

Note 2. The weight of contents of tank cars shall be computed 
at 6.6 pounds per gallon. 

Note 3. The weights on shipments in wood and cans shall be 
computed as follows : 

In wooden barrels, capacity not exceeding 52 gallons, 410 pounds 
each. 

In wooden half barrels, 240 pounds each. 

In square cans, completely cased, each containing 10 gallons, 
80 pounds each. 

John A. Staton v. Eastern Carolina Telephone Company. Complaint of dis- 
crimination in telephone rates. Adjusted. 

D. M. Cagle v. Southern Express Company and Southern Railway Company. 
Complaint of failure of defendants to receive and forward express. Adjusted 
to satisfaction of complainant. 

Marion Knitting Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of dis- 
crimination in freight rate on hardware. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Nelson v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that de- 
fendant be required to stop train 139 on flag. Dismissed. 



44 H". C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and Seaboard Air Line Railway to 
the Commission. Petition asking to be allowed to close freight warehouse at 
Wilmington on Saturday afternoons. Granted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Petition asking to be allowed 
to close freight warehouse at Monroe on Saturday afternoons. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
close freight warehouses at Wilson at 12 noon on Saturdays from May through 
September. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
close freight station at Goldsboro at 1 o'clock on Saturdays from May 14th to 
September 24, 1910. Granted. 

Valdesian Nurseries v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of manner 
of handling shipments and claim for damages. Claim paid. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Petition to close freight 
station at Asheville at 2 P. M. on Saturdays. Granted. 

W. P. Oldham v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of express service. 
Adjusted. 

Citizens of Charlotte v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway and Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. Complaint of failure of defendants to make connection of 
trains at Bostic. Adjusted. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application to establish 
temporary agency for the summer at Terrell. Granted. 

A. S. Dockery v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of train connection 
at Hamlet. Dismissed. 

L. M. Michaux v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of in- 
sufficient passenger service on trains 48 and 49 on defendant's line of road be- 
tween Wilson and Wilmington. Defendant agreeing to put an additional coach 
on each of these trains and it appearing that this gives the relief sought by 
petitioner, case is dismissed. 

John Bullock v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of refusal of agent 
to allow placing of cross-ties on right of way along side-track of defendant com- 
pany. Adjusted. 

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
and Southern Railway Company. Application for additional Pullman car 
service between Greensboro and Wilmington. Dismissed. 

Clinton v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of express facilities. Ad- 
justed. 

C, L. Smathers v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for stock-pen at 
Clyde. Granted. 

Citizens of Addie v. Southern Express Company. Petition for establishment 
of express office facilities. Dismissed. 

Frank B. Sample v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of telephone service. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 45 

Asheville Milling Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
withdrawal of local freight train on the Asheville and Spartanburg Division 
of the Southern Railway. Freight train service restored, and case closed. 

Hillsboro Commercial Club v. Morris Telephone Company and Southern Bell 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint of telephone connection at 
Hillsboro. Adjusted. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for establish- 
ment of temporary office at Earl. Granted. 

Salem Iron Works v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of express 
service. Adjusted. 

W. T. Lynch v. Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint of 
telephone service. Adjusted. 

Corporation Commission v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
by citizens on the line of defendant's road from Wilmington to New Bern re- 
questing that passenger trains Nos. 62 and 63 be made daily trains, instead of 
daily except Sunday. Granted. 

Town of Middlesex v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of failure of defendant to construct overhead bridge at crossing., Adjusted. 

T. Ivey v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Failure to deliver message 
and claim for refund of charges paid. Claim paid. 

W. C. Thurston v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition for inde- 
pendent telegraph office in more central portion of town. It appearing upon 
investigation that the receipts of the office would not justify the establishment 
of an independent office, case dismissed. 

Citizens of Bessemer City v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for flag 
stop for train No. 35. Granted. 

Mount Airy Furniture Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of failure of defendant company to furnish cars for shipments of freight. 
Adjusted. 

Citizens of Princeton v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of failure 
of defendant to keep passenger station open and comfortable for passengers. 
Adjusted. 

J. M. Kilpatrick v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of failure of 
defendant to furnish cars for shipments of freight. Cars furnished. Case 
closed. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for establish- 
ment of temporary office at Thermal City. Granted. 

J. A. Taylor v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company. Complaint of failure of defendants to make connection of trains at 
Maxton. Defendants agreeing to make connection petitioned for, case is closed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
removal of siding from Sikes Siding to Lakewood Station. Granted. 



46 3ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Saluda Trade Company v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for siding 
facilities. Adjusted. 

Wilson & Herring v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition for 
siding facilities. Granted. 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Petitioner 
submits schedule of rates for telephone service at Kinston, which is approved. 
Schedule of rates on file. 

Wilmot v. Southern Railway Company. Application for side-track facilities. 
Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to change loca- 
tion of depot at Willets, depot at that place having been burned. Counter peti- 
tion being filed by the citizens of Willets, asking that depot be rebuilt where 
former depot was, the application of petitioner to change the location is denied ; 
but Commission approves of plans, and orders that depot be rebuilt at former 
location. 

Citizens of Acton v. Southern Railway Company. Application for side-track 
and depot accommodations. Granted. 

Citizens of Cheek's Crossing v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for 
flag stop at Cheeks Crossing. Denied for want of jurisdiction. 

O. W. Kochtitzky v. Southern Railway Company and Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. Complaint of transfer of baggage at Charlotte between defendant 
roads. Adjusted. 

Town of Louisburg v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of station 
accommodations. Adjusted. 

Dr. S. M. Henderson v. Southern Bell Telephone Company. Complaint of 
telephone service. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Mooresboro v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition ask- 
ing for telegraph office independent of the Southern Railway Company's serv- 
ice. It appearing that the business would not justify the establishment of 
an independent office, case is dismissed. 

Fleta Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Application for 
siding facilities. Adjusted. 

W. P. Oldham v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Complaint of overcharge on shipment of oranges from La Grange, Fla., 
to Wilmington. It appearing that the rate charged on shipment of oranges 
is the rate on file with the Interstate Commerce Commission which has been 
approved by that Commission, case is closed. 

W. A. Franklin v. Smoky Mountain Railway Company. Complaint of 
freight service. Adjusted. 

P. G. Smith v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

Citizens of King v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for extension of 
siding and complaint of station accommodations. Adjusted. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 47 

W. C. Page v. Durham and South Carolina Railroad Company. Complaint 
of overcharge in passenger fare. Dismissed. 

Universal Oil and Fertilizer Company v. Merchants and Farmers Steamboat 
Company. Complaint of failure of defendant to handle shipments. Adjusted. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of overcharge in 
shipment. Claim paid. 

A. F. Nevins, R. J. Whitley and H. L. Woodruff v. Norfolk Southern Railroad 
Company. Complaint of failure of defendant to furnish cars. Adjusted. 

Hans Rees' Sons v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight rate 
on pulp wood. Adjusted. Circular No. 143 issued as follows : 

FREIGHT RATE ON WOOD FOR MANUFACTURE OF PULP, 
EXTRACT OR ACIDS. 

The Corporation Commission has adopted maximum freight rate 
on wood for manufacturing of pulp, extract, or acids, car-load, 
minimum 10 cords, in cents per cord of 128 cubic feet, as follows : 

60 miles and under 60 

100 miles and over 60 75 

120 miles and over 100 90 

140 miles and over 120 100 

160 miles and over 140 110 

180 miles and over 160 125 

200 miles and over 180 140 

220 miles and over 200 155 

240 miles and over 220 170 

260 miles and over 240 185 

Applicable to and from all stations on Southern Railway lines 
in North Carolina. 



CIRCULARS. 



CIRCULAR No. 126. 

Raleigh, January 7, 1910. 
FREIGHT RATE ON COAL. 

From and after February 1, 1910, the freight rate on coal, per ton 2,000 
pounds, car-load minimum 30,000 pounds, will be as follows : 

5 miles and under $0.35 per ton. 

10 miles and over 5 50 per ton. 

15 miles and over 10 55 per ton. 

20 miles and over 15 60 per ton. 

25 miles and over 20 65 per ton. 

30 miles and over 25 70 per ton. 

35 miles and over 30 75 per ton. 

40 miles and over 35 80 per ton. 

45 miles and over 40 85 per ton. 

50 miles and over 45 90 per ton. 

55 miles and over 50 90 per ton. 

60 miles and over 55 90 per ton. 

65 miles and over 60 95 per ton. 

70 miles and over 65 ;95 per ton. 

75 miles and over 70 1.00 per ton. 

80 miles and over 75 1.05 per ton; 

85 miles and over 80 1.09 per ton. 

90 miles and over 85 1.09 per ton. 

95 miles and over 90 1.14 per ton. 

100 miles and over 95 1.14 per ton. 

110 miles and over 100 1.14 per ton. 

120 miles and over 110 1.17 per ton. 

130 miles and over 120 1.22 per ton. 

140 miles and over 130 1.26 per ton. 

150 miles and over 140. 1.35 per ton. 

160 miles and over 150 1.44 per ton. 

170 miles and over 160 1.53 per ton. 

180 miles and over 170 1.62 per ton. 

190 miles and over 180 1.71 per ton. 

200 miles and over 190 1.80 per ton. 

210 miles and over 200 1.89 per ton. 

220 miles and over 210 1.98 per ton. 

230 miles and over 220. 2.07 per ton. 

240 miles and over 230 2.16 per ton. 

250 miles and over 240 2.25 per ton. 

260 miles and over 250 2.34 per ton. 

270 miles and over 260 2.43 per ton. 

280 miles and over 270 2.52 per ton. 

290 miles and over 280 2.61 per ton. 

300 miles and over 290 2.66 per ton. 

310 miles and over 300 2.75 per ton. 

320 miles and over 310 2.75 per ton. 

330 miles and over 320 2.84 per ton. 

340 miles and over 330 2.84 per ton. 

350 miles and over 340 2.95 per ton. 

360 miles and over 350 2.95 per ton. 

370 miles and over 360 2.95 per ton. 

380 miles and over 370 3.07 per ton. 

Rule 3 of Circular 36, being Storage and Demurrage Rules, is so amended as 
to allow 48 hours instead of 72 hours for the loading and unloading of coal. 
By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

H. C. Brown, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULARS. 



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CIRCULAR No. 127. 

(Amending Circular No. 126.) 

Raleigh, January 24, 1910. 
FREIGHT RATE ON COAL. 



From and after February 15, 1910, the freight rate on coal 
pounds, car-load minimum 30,000 pounds, will be as follows : 



5 m 

10 m 

15 m 

20 m 

25 m 

30 m 

35 m 

40 m 

45 m 

50 m 

55 m 

60 m 

65 m 

70 m 

75 m 

80 m 

85 m 

90 m 

95 m 

100 m 

110 m 

120 m 

130 m 

140 m: 

150 m 

160 m 

170 m 

180 m 

190 m 

200 m 

210 m 

220 m 

230 m 

240 m 

250 m 

260 m: 

270 m 

280 m 

290 m 

300 m 

310 m 

320 m 

330 m 

340 m 

350 m 

360 m 

370 m 

380 m 



es and under $0.35 



es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
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es and over 
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es and over 
es and over 
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es and over 
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5. 

10. 

15. 

20. 

25. 

30. 

35. 

40. 

45. 

50. 

55. 

60. 

65. 

70. 

75. 

80. 

85. 

90. 

95. 
100. 
110. 



.50 

.55 

.60 

.65 

.70 

.75 

.80 

.85 

.90 

.90 

.90 

.95 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.09 

1.09 

1.14 

1.14 

1.14 

1.17 



es and over 120 1. 



es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 
es and over 



130. 
140. 
150. 
160. 
170. 
180. 
190. 



1.26 
1.35 
1.44 
1.53 

1.62 
1.71 

1.80 



es and over 200 1.89 

es and over 210 1.98 

es and over 220 2.00 

es and over 230 2.05 

es and over 240 2.05 

es and over 250 2.10 

es and over 260 2.10 

es and over 270 2.15 

es and over 280 2.15 

es and over 290 2.20 

es and over 300 2.20 

es and over 310 2.20 

es and over 320. . : 2.20 

es and over 330 2.20 

es and over 340 2.30 

es and over 350 2.30 

es and over 360 2.30 

es and over 370 2.30 



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Rule 3 of Circular 36, being Storage and Demurrage Rules, is so amended as 
to allow 4S hours instead of 72 hours for the loading and unloading of coal. 
By order of the Commission : Fbanklin McNeill, 

H. C. Brown, Clerk. Chairman. 

Corp. 1 4 



50 . N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

CIRCULAR No. 128. 

Raleigh, N. C, March 17, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF CARTS. 
From and after this date, carts will be classified as follows : 

Carts, viz. : Released. 

Barrel, wheels and shafts detached and crated, L. C. L. . 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Coal and Dump, S. U., L. C, L 1% 

Same, with wheels detached, L. C. L 3 

Same, taken apart and thoroughly K. D., L. C. L 4 

Same, S. U. or K. D., C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Hand or Push, S. U., L. C, L Dl 

Hand or Push, K. D. or with wheels detached, L. C. L. . 1 
Hand or Push, S. U. or K. D., C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs. . 5 

Road, without bodies, K. D. flat, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L. : same as Carriages, Buggies, and Trotting 
Wagons, C. L. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

H. C. Brown, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



CIRCULAR No. 129. 

Raleigh, N. C, March 17, 1910. 
DEMURRAGE, STORAGE, TRANSFER AND SWITCHING RULES. 

(Superseding all, Rules in Conflict Therewith.) 
DEMURRAGE RULES. 
Rule I. 
Cars Subject to Rules. 
Cars held for or by consignors or consignees for loading, unloading, forward- 
ing directions, or for any other purpose, are subject to these demurrage rules, 
except as follows : 

(a) Cars loaded with live stock. 

(6) Empty cars placed for loading coal at mines or mine sidings, or coke at 
coke ovens. 

(c) Empty private cars stored on carrier's or private tracks, provided such 
cars have not been placed or tendered for loading on the orders of a shipper. 

Note. — Private cars while in railroad service, whether on carrier's or pri- 
vate tracks, are subject to these demurrage rules to the same extent as cars of 
railroad ownership. 

(Empty private cars are in railroad service from the time they are placed 
by the carrier for loading or tendered for loading on the orders of a shipper. 
Private cars under lading are in railroad service until the lading is removed 
and cars are regularly released. Cars which belong to an industry performing 
its own switching service are in railroad service from the time they are placed 
by the industry upon designated interchange tracks and thereby tendered to 
the carrier for movement. If such cars are subsequently returned empty, they 
are out of service when withdrawn by the industry from the interchange ; if 
returned under load, railroad service is not at an end until the lading is duly 
removed. ) 

Instructions. — Cars loaded with company material for use of and consigned 



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to the railroad in whose possession the cars are held, are not subject to de- 
murrage and shall not be reported by agents, unless specifically instructed so 
to do. 

Empty cars placed for loading with company material are subject to demur- 
rage, unless the loading is done by the railroad company. 

Section A. — Empty cars placed for loading live stock by shippers are not 
exempt, and should be reported. 

Section B. — This exception will not apply after loading has commenced. 

Section C. — Empty private cars, stored on tracks, switched by carriers, taken 
for loading without order or requisition from shipper, and without formal as- 
signment by carrier's agent, shall be recorded as placed for loading when 
actual loading is begun. 

Section C. — Note. — Private cars belonging to an industry which does its own 
switching, placed upon an interchange track for forwarding and refused by the 
carrier's inspector, shall be released from demurrage if withdrawn by the in- 
dustry from the interchange track within twenty-four (24) hours after rejec- 
tion. 

Rule II. 

Free Time Allowed. 
(a) Forty-eight hours (two days) free time will be allowed for loading or 
unloading on all commodities. 

(&) Twenty-four hours (one day) free time will be allowed: 

1. When cars are held for reconsignment or switching orders. 

2. When cars destined for delivery to or for forwarding by a connecting line 
are held for surrender of bill of lading or for paymeut of lawful freight 
charges. 

3. When cars are held in transit and placed for inspection or grading. 

(c) Cars containing freight consigned locally to ocean, gulf or lake ports for 
coastwise or export movement via vessel will be allowed a maximum of ninety- 
six hours' free time, provided the terminal agent is advised within forty-eight 
hours after arrival that such disposition will be made. Otherwise, the usual 
forty-eight-hour rule will apply. The railroad reserves the right, however, to 
unload the cars and store the lading at the expense of owner at such time as it 
may seem proper after the expiration of the free time allowed. 

Instructions. — Section (a). — When the same car is both unloaded and re- 
loaded, each transaction will be treated as independent of the other. 

Section (b), 1. — Applies to cars held on carrier's line for disposition. A 
change of consignee after arrival of car at destination is not a reconsignment 
under these rules, unless a switching movement is involved. 

Rule III. 

Computing Time. 

Note. — In computing time, Sundays and legal holidays (National, State, and 
municipal) will be excluded. When a legal holiday falls on a Sunday, the 
following Monday will be excluded. 

(a) On cars held for loading, time will be computed from the first 7 A. M. 
after placement on public-delivery tracks. 

(b) On cars held for orders, time will be computed from the first 7 A. M. 
after the day on which notice of arrival is sent to consignee. On cars held 
for unloading, time will be computed from the first 7 A. M. after placement on 
public-delivery tracks and after the day on which notice of arrival is sent to 
consignee. 



52 KT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

(c) On cars containing freight in bond, time will be computed from the first 
7 A. M. after permit to receive goods is issued to consignees by United States 
collector of customs. 

(d) On cars containing freight subject to State inspection, time will be com- 
puted from the first 7 A. M. after inspection by State officials. 

(e) On cars to be delivered on any other than public-delivery tracks, time 
will be computed from the first 7 A. M. after actual or constructive placement 
on such tracks. See Rule 4 (Notification) and Rules 5 and 6 (Constructive 
Placement). 

(/) On cars to be delivered on interchange tracks of industrial plants per- 
forming their own switching service, time will be computed from the first 7 
A. M. following actual or constructive placement on such interchange tracks 
until return thereto. See Rule 4 (Notification) and Rules 5 and 6 (Con- 
structive Placement). Cars returned loaded will not be recorded released 
until necessary billing instructions are given. 

Rule IV. 
Notification. 

(a) Consignee shall be notified by carrier's agent in writing, or as otherwise 
agreed to by carrier and consignee, within twenty-four hours after arrival of 
cars and billing at destination, such notice to contain point of shipment, car 
initials and numbers, and the contents, and, if transferred in transit, the 
initials and number of the original car. In case car is not placed on public- 
delivery track within twenty-four hours after notice of arrival has been sent, 
a notice of placement shall be given to consignee. 

(o) When cars are ordered stopped in transit, the party ordering the cars 
stopped shall be notified upon arrival of cars at point of stoppage. 

(c) Delivery of cars upon private or industrial interchange tracks, or 
written notice to consignee of readiness to so deliver, will constitute notifica- 
tion thereof to consignee. 

Instructions. — Notification. — Agents are cautioned that, in order to be legal, 
notices of the arrival of cars must be in writing, and must contain all of the 
items of information specified by this rule. If notices are sent by mail, an 
impression copy of both sides of the postal card should be retained. If deliv- 
ered by messenger, a receipt should be taken for the notice when practicable 
in order to avoid possibilities of dispute. 

In many cases it is desirable for both consignee and carrier that notices be 
given in some other way, especially by telephone, but such notices are not legal 
under this rule except when "agreed to by carrier and consignee." In case 
consignees desire or will accept some notice other than the written notice, agents 
will require a written request from them to that effect, and this request, 
agreed to by the agent, must be retained on file in order to legalize the notice. 
Where the telephone form of notice is adopted, the agent should require the 
name of the receiver of the message when the notice is given. In the absence 
of specific agreement to the contrary, however, agents must not fail to give 
the regular written notice required by this rule. 

Attention is also directed to the fact that when cars are for delivery to 
public team tracks, and placement is delayed for more than twenty-four (24) 
hours after notice of arrival is given, the notice of arrival is not a legal basis 
for assessment of demurrage for delay after placement. In such cases a 
notice of placement must also be given to the consignee, and the free time for 
unloading computed according to the notice of placement. 



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Rule V. 
Placing Cars for Unloading. 

(a) When delivery of cars consigned or ordered to private or industrial 
interchange tracks cannot be made, on account of the act or neglect of the 
consignee, or the inability of the consignee to receive, delivery will be con- 
sidered to have been made when the cars were tendered. The carrier's agent 
must give the consignee written notice of all cars he has been unable to deliver 
because of the condition of the private or interchange tracks or because of 
other conditions attributable to consignee. This will be considered constructive 
placement. See Rule 4 (Notification). 

(b) When delivery cannot be made on specially designated public-delivery 
tracks, on account of such tracks being fully occupied, or from other cause 
beyond the control of the carrier, the delivery will be made at the nearest 
available point accessible to the consignee and the consignee so notified. 

Rule VI. 

Cars for Loading. 

(a) Cars for loading will be considered placed when such cars are actually 
placed or held on orders of the consignor. In the latter case the agent must 
give the consignor written notice of all cars which he has been unable to place 
because of condition of the private track or because of other conditions attrib- 
utable to the consignor. This will be considered constructive placement. 

(b) When empty cars, placed for loading on orders, are not used, demur- 
rage will be charged from the first 7 A. M. after placing or tender until 
released, with no time allowance. 

Rule VII. 
Demurrage Charges. 
After the expiration of the free time allowed, a charge of $1 per car per day, 
or fraction of a day, will be made until car is released. 

Instructions. — («) Charges accruing under these rules must be collected in 
the same manner and with the same regularity and promptness as other trans- 
portation charges, and agents will in like manner be held responsible for same. 

(b) Freight upon which charges have accrued under these rules shall not be 
removed from railroad premises until charges thereon have been paid. When 
consignor or consignee refuses to pay, agent will hold freight until payment is 
made, and continue to charge until freight is removed ; or, at his option, may 
send freight to public warehouses or yards, where the same will be held, sub- 
ject to storage charges and all other charges. 

(c) When cars are detained on private or specially designated tracks for un- 
loading beyond the time allowed, and demurrage charges are not promptly paid, 
agent must, upon advice to that effect from the manager of the Demurrage 
and Storage Department, after giving five (5) days' written notice, decline to 
switch cars to private or specially designated tracks for such parties, and 
thereafter tender freight from public team tracks and collect all charges before 
delivery, until satisfactory guaranty is given that demurrage rules will be com- 
plied with. 

(d) Charges that accrue while cars are held for loading, and shipments for 
billing instructions, or reconsignment, will be collected by agents of the for- 
warding lines, when such shipments are ordered to points on connecting lines 
within switching limits. When charges accrue on shipments ordered or des- 
tined to points beyond switching limits, such charges must be collected by the 
agent of the forwarding line or entered upon shipping tickets, bills of lading 
and way-bills as "advances" before freight is forwarded. 



54 1ST. C. COKPOEATION COMMISSION. 

Rule VIII. 

Claims. 

No demurrage charges shall be assessed under these rules for detention of 

cars through causes named below. If, through error, demurrage charges are 

assessed or collected under such conditions, they shall be promptly canceled or 

refunded by the carrier. 

CAUSES. 

(a) Weather interference: 

1. When the condition of the weather during the prescribed free time is 
such as to make it impossible to employ men or teams in loading or unloading, 
or impossible to place freight in cars, or to move it from cars without serious 
injury to the freight. 

2. When shipments are frozen so as to prevent unloading during the pre- 
scribed free time, or when, because of high water or snowdrifts, it is impos- 
sible to get to cars for loading or unloading during the prescribed free time. 

(o) Bunching: 

1. Cars for loading. — When, by reason of delay or irregularity of the carrier 
in filling orders, cars are bunched and placed for loading in accumulated num- 
bers in excess of daily orders. The shipper shall be allowed such free time 
for loading as he would have been entitled to had the cars been placed for 
loading as ordered. 

2. Cars for unloading or reconsigning. — AVhen, as a direct result of the act 
or neglect of carriers, cars destined for one consignee, at one point, and trans- 
ported via the same route, are bunched in transit and delivered in accumulated 
numbers in excess of daily shipments, claim to be presented to the carrier's 
agent before the expiration of the free time. The consignee shall be allowed 
such free time as he would have been entitled to had the cars been delivered 
in accordance with the daily rate of shipment. 

(c) Demand of overcharge. 

When the carrier's agent demands the payment of transportation charges 
in excess of tariff authority. 

(d) Delayed or improper notice by carrier. 

Note. — When notice has been given in substantial compliance with the re- 
quirements as specified by the rules, the consignee shall not thereafter have 
the right to call in question the sufficiency of such notice unless within twenty- 
four hours after receiving the same he shall serve upon the delivering carrier 
a full written statement of his objections to the sufficiency of said notice. 

(e) Railroad errors or omissions. 

Instructions. — Section, (a) , 1 and 2. — When shipper claims exemption under 
this rule, agents must obtain a written statement from him to the effect that 
the conditions were such as set forth in the rule. 

Section (a), 2. — The exemption on account of high water or snowdrifts ap- 
plies only when the point at which car is placed for loading or unloading is 
inaccessible to the general public by reason of these conditions. 

Section (o) , Clause 2. — When claim is made for exemption from demurrage on 
account of bunching of cars for unloading or reconsigning, as provided in this 
rule, agents will require written statement of all cars transported via the same 
route, with date and point of shipment of each, as evidenced by the bills of 
lading, if necessary, and forward same to the manager of the Demurrage and 
Storage Department, with report showing exemption demanded on account of 
such bunching. 



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Sections (c) and (e). — When demurrage should not be collected under these 
sections, agents will make report to the manager of the Demurrage and Storage 
Department, together with copy of billing and all information in their posses- 
sion, showing where the error occurred. 

Rule IX. 
Average Agreement. 

When a shipper or receiver enters into the following agreement, the charge 
for detention to cars, provided for by Rule 7, on all cars held for loading or 
unloading by such shipper or receiver shall be computed on the basis of the 
average time of detention to all such cars during each calendar month, such 
average detention to be computed as follows : 

(a) A credit of one day will be allowed for each car released within the 
first twenty-four hours of free time. A debit of one day will be charged for 
each twenty-four hours or fraction thereof that a car is detained beyond the 
first forty-eight hours of free time. In no case shall more than one day's 
credit be allowed on any one car, and in no case shall more than seven days' 
credits be applied in cancellation of debits accruing on any one car. 

(o) At the end of the calendar month the total number of days credited 
will be deducted from the total number of days debited, and $1 per day 
charged for the remainder. If the credits equal or exceed the debits, no 
charge will be made for the detention of the cars, and no payment will be 
made to shippers or receivers on account of such excess of credits, nor shall 
the credits in excess of the debits of any one month be considered in comput- 
ing the average detention for another month. 

(c) Credits earned on cars belonging to one class of equipment shall not be 
used in offsetting debits accruing on cars belonging to a different class of 
equipment. For the purpose of applying this provision, cars shall be deemed 
to consist of two classes: (1) Box cars, including refrigerator cars; (2) 
freight cars of all other descriptions. 

(d) A shipper or receiver who elects to take advantage of this average 
agreement shall not be entitled to cancellation or refund of demurrage charges 
under sections (a) and (&) of Rule VIII. 

(e) A shipper or receiver who elects to take advantage of this average 
agreement may be required to give sufficient security to the carrier for the 
payment of balances against him at the end of each month. 

AGREEMENT. 

To Railroad Company: 

In accordance with the terms of Rule IX of the 

Demurrage Bureau, reading as follows: 

(Insert Rule IX in agreement.) 

I (or we) do expressly agree with the above-named railroad 
company that I (or we) will make prompt payment of all car- 
service charges accruing in accordance with such rule during the 
continuance of this agreement on cars held for loading or unload- 
ing by me (or us) or on my (or our) account at 

station of the above-named railroad company. This agreement is 

to take effect , 19. . . ., and to continue until 

terminated by thirty days' written notice to the railroad company. 



Approved and accepted by and on behalf of the above-named 
railroad company by 



56 M". C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION". 

Instructions.— Application for agreement provided for in Rule IX will be 
forwarded to the manager of the Demurrage and Storage Department, and, 
when executed, instructions will be furnished the agent as to the method of 
reporting. 

STORAGE RULES. - 

Storage and demurrage may be assessed by railroad companies on all freight 
received for delivery in car-load lots or in less than car-load lots if not re- 
moved in conformity with the following rules and regulations : 

Rule 1. 

No storage charges, however, shall in any case be allowed unless notice of 
the arrival of goods has been given to the owner or consignee thereof by the 
railroad company, and it shall be the duty of such railroad company to give 
prompt notice to consignee of the arrival of goods, together with the contents, 
weight, and amount of freight charges due thereon as shown by way-bill, and 
when goods or freight of any kind, in car-load consignments, said notice must 
contain letters or initials and number of the car. Notice shall be given by de- 
livering same in writing in person or by leaving same at consignee's place of 
business or by depositing it in the post-office. 

Rule 2. 

For storage of package freights and all freight less than car-load, unloaded 
in depot or warehouse, which is not removed by the owner thereof from the 
custody of the railroad company within forty-eight hours (not including Sun- 
days and legal holidays), a charge of storage for each day or fraction of a day 
that such consignment may remain in the custody of the carrier of 1 cent per 
100 pounds per day, with minimum charge of 5 cents for any one package or 
lot for any one consignee, may be made ; but not more than $1 per day for any 
one consignment not in excess of a car-load. 

Rule 3. 

When consignors ship goods consigned to themselves, or order, it shall be the 
duty of the railroad company to give legal notice to such consignees or persons 
to whom shipping directions order delivery. This notice may be addressed 
by mail to the consignee at point of delivery, and storage will begin as in 
other cases of notice by mail ; and the mailing of such notice shall be sufficient 
notice in such cases, whether the consignee actually received the same or not. 

Rule 4. 

The time allowed for removing freight before storage or demurrage charges 
apply will be computed from 7 o'clock A. M. of the day following date of 
notice (Sundays and legal holidays excepted). 

Rule 5. 

Whenever the weather during the period of free time is so severe, inclement, 
or rainy that it is impracticable to secure means of removal or loading of 
freight, or where from the nature of the goods removal or loading would cause 



CIRCULARS. 57 

injury or damage, such time shall be added to the free period, and no storage 
charges shall be allowed for such additional time. This rule applies to the 
state of the weather during business hours. 

Refusal of Consignee to Accept Shipments of Freight. 
(Rule 15, Circular No. 115.) 

Where a consignee shall give to the delivering carrier notice of his refusal 
to accept a shipment of freight properly tendered in pursuance of the bill of 
lading, the delivering carrier shall give to the consignor legal notice of such 
refusal, and if the consignor fails within three days thereafter to give direc- 
tion for the disposition of such goods, he shall thenceforth become liable to 
such, carrier for the usual storage charges, to the same extent and at the same 
rate as such charges are now, under like circumstances, by the rules of this 
Commission, imposed upon consignees who neglect or refuse, after notice of 
arrival, to remove freight of like character. 

And where a consignee of freight, either in car-loads or less than car-loads, 
shall fail or neglect to remove such freight within six days after the expira- 
tion of free time, then the carrier shall, through the agent at point of ship- 
ment, so notify the shipper, unless the consignee has signified his acceptance 
of the property. Said notice may either be served personally or given by mail. 

No such notice to the consignor, however, shall be required of a carrier 
company where goods are shipped in less than car-load lots, unless such goods, 
or the packages containing the same, or way-bill, shall legibly bear the name 
and address of the consignor thereof. 

A consignee who has once refused to accept a consignment of goods shall 
not thereafter be entitled to receive the same, except upon the payment of all 
charges for storage which would otherwise have accrued. 

TRANSFER AND SWITCHING RULES. 
Rules 30, 31, and 32 of Rules Governing Transportation of Freight. 

Rule 30. A charge of no more than $2 per car will be allowed for switch- 
ing or transferring a car from any point on any road to any connecting road 
or warehouse within a space of one mile from starting point ; over one and not 
more than two miles, $3 ; over two miles and not over three miles, $4, without 
regard to weight or contents. 

Rule 31. When in the transfer of a car between said points it is necessary 
to pass over the line of any intermediate road or roads, the maximum charge 
of $2, $3 or $4, as the case may be, shall be equitably divided between the 
roads at interest. 

Rule 32. When a charge is made for the transfer of loaded cars between 
said points no additional charge shall be made for the delivery or return of 
the empty cars. 

LOCAL TRANSFER AND SWITCHING CHARGES. 

Rules 13 and 14 of Circular No. 3G. 

Rule 13. Railroad companies shall furnish shippers cars for loading, and 

shall also accept from each other cars loaded at warehouses or side-tracks of 

■one road for delivery at side-tracks or warehouses on the other road within 



58 X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

the space of two miles beyond the starting point. The railroad company fur- 
nishing the car and performing the initial movement may charge $2,50 per car. 

Rule 14. When car is destined to a warehouse on a connecting line which 
requires switching, the Company so receiving and delivering may charge $1.50 
additional. 

After car is placed for loading, the shipper shall load same within twenty- 
four hours therefrom, and consignee shall, when car is placed for unloading, 
unload same within twenty-four hours ; otherwise, the usual demurrage charges 
may be made. 

Effective April 1, 1910. Franklin McNeill, 

H. C. Brown, Clerk. Chairman. 

CIRCULAR No. 130. 

Raleigh, N. C, April 3, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF KEROSENE OIL. 
From and after this date Rule 4 of Express Classification No. 19 is amended 
by inserting after the word "Kerosene" the following : "excepting samples in 
pint bottles, inclosed in fiber or metallic cases holding not more than 15 pints, 
securely fastened and sealed." 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

H. C. Brown, Chairman. 

Cleric. 

CIRCULAR No. 131. 

(Amending Classification of Petroleum and Petroleum Products.) 

Raleigh, N. C, May 3, 1910. 
To read as follows: 

Petroleum and Petroleum Products (see notes), viz.: 

Coal oil, crude oil, distillates, fuel oil. gas oil, grease (not axle), kerosene 
oil, lubricating oil (not axle grease), miner's oil. paraffine oil, paraffine wax, 
petrolatum, refined oil, residuum, road oil, soap oil, tailings, transformer oil 
and wool oil, viz. : 

Note 2. — The weight of contents of tank cars shall be computed at 6.6 pounds 
per gallon. 

Note 3. — The weights on shipments in wood and cans shall be computed as 
follows : 

In wooden barrels, capacity not exceeding 52 gallons, 410 pounds each. 
In wooden half barrels, 240 pounds each. 

In square cans, completely cased, each case containing 10 gallons, 80 pounds 
each. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeh/l, 

II. C. Brown, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



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CIRCULAR No. 132. 

Raleigh, N. C, May 19, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF COTTON FACTORY PRODUCTS. 

(Amendment.) 
From and after this date Classification of Cotton Factory Products will read 
as follows: • 

Dry Goods, viz. : 

Cotton factory products, in the original piece, but not finished articles ready 
for immediate use (made wholly of cotton), packed in rolls, covered with bur- 
lap, or in boxes or bales, fifth class. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

(Miss) E. G. Riddick, Chairman. 

Acting Clerk. 



CIRCULAR No. 133. 

Raleigh, N. C, June 10, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF SAWDUST. 
From and after June 20, 1910, sawdust, C. L. 24,000 pounds minimum, will 
take Class P. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 134. 

Raleigh, N. C„ June 11, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF PAPER. 
From and after this date paper will # be classified as follows: Paper (see 
notes), viz. : 

Note. — Unless otherwise specified, all printed forms, and all imprinted forms 
cut to size and ready for immediate use, will be rated as Stationery, N. O. S. 

Note. — Roofing paper, or felt, in rolls, each roll containing liquid cement, tin 
roofing caps or nails, sufficient to lay the paper, may be carried at the ratings 
applying on the paper. 

Building, carpet lining, news print (not enameled, glazed, or surface C } ass 
coated), pulpboard, strawboard, roofing, toilet, and paper wrappers if Re- 
(not stamped) (imprinted), also wrapping, N. O. S. (unprinted), leased - 

packed or in bundles, or rolls, L. C. L 5 

Same, straight or mixed, C. L. A 

Glazed, in boxes or crates : Same as Paper, N. O. S. 

Enameled or surface coated, packed or in bundles, or rolls : Same as 
Paper, N. O. S. 

Cardboard, bristol board, tagboard. pasteboard and binders' board : 
Same as Paper, N. O. S. 

Crepe 1 

Fly, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., minimum weight 30,000 pounds 4 



60 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Printing paper, N. O. S. : Same as Paper, N. O. S. 

Sand, flint or emery 3 

Wall, packed or in bundles, completely wrapped in cloth or paper, L. 

C. L 2 

Same, C. L 4 

Waste or scrap in sacks or bundles 3 

Same in barrels or hogsheads 4 

Same, pressed in bales A 

Wrapping, printed 5 

N. O. S., ruled, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 5 

N. O. S., unruled, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L. or in mixed carloads with paper taking Class A, carload 

rating 6 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 135. 

(Canceling Circular No. 134.) 

Raleigh, N. C, July 1, 1910. 
From and after this date Circular No. 134 is hereby canceled and classifica- 
tion of paper will apply as prior to issuance of Circular No. 134. 

By order of the Commission : Feanklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 136. 

Raleigh, N. C, July 6, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF TOILET PAPER. 
From and after this date toilet paper, packed or in bundles or rolls, will 
take fifth class. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 137. 

Raleigh, N. C, July 18, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF AUTOMOBILES, LOCOMOBILES, ETC, 
From and after this date automobiles, locomobiles or other self-propelled 
vehicles, will be classified as follows : 

S. U., not boxed or crated, minimum weight 2,500 pounds each, L. C. L., 
Double First Class. 

S. U., boxed or crated, actual weight, L. C. L., Double First Class. 
K. D., boxed or crated, actual weight, L. C. L., One and one-half First Class. 
S. U. or K. D., C. L., minimum weight 10,000 pounds, First Class. 
By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



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CIRCULAR No. 138. 

(Amending Circular No. 137.) 

Raleigh, July 27, 1910. 
From and after this date Circular No. 137 is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing : 

Note. — Automobiles or other self-propelled vehicles, too bulky to be loaded 
In box cars, will not be accepted for transportation unless properly protected 
by tarpaulin; and small or detachable parts must be removed and packed in 
boxes, which must be securely fastened to the vehicle or the floor of the car. 
Note. — Batteries of horseless vehicles operated by electricity must be re- 
moved and boxed. Vehicles operated by gasoline or naphtha must have tanks 
emptied, the tank cover or plug removed and packed separately, and the spark- 
ing wire detached. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 139. 

Raleigh, N. C, August 13, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF OIL CANS, 
From and after August 20, 1910, oil cans, tin, boxed or crated, L. C. L., will 
be classified as second class. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 140. 

Raleigh, N. C, October 5, 1910. 
CHANGE IN CLASSIFICATION OF CORNICES AND ORNAMENTAL 

WORK FOR BUILDING. 
From and after October 20, 1910, the classification of cornices and ornamental 
work for building will read as follows : 

Cornices and ornamental work for buildings, made of sheet or stamped 
metal, plain, galvanized, or painted, viz. : 
Boxed or crated, L. C. L., First Class. 

Boxed or crated or loose, C. L., minimum weight 10,000 pounds, Second Class. 
By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



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CIRCULAR No. 141. 

(Amending Circular No. 95.) 

Raleigh, N. C, October 5, 1910. 
From and after this date the Winston- Salem Southbound Railway is ex- 
empted from the provision of statute requiring a discount from the local rates 
on joint hauls of freight, except as provided by Circular No. 95, which circular 
is amended by adding this road. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 

CIRCULAR No. 142. 

Raleigh, N. C, October 5, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF HONEY-BEANS OR ST. JOHNS BREAD. 
From and after November 20, 1910, honey-beans or St. Johns bread will be 
classified as follows : 

In bags, barrels or boxes, L. C. L., third class. 
Same, C. L., fifth class. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, * 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



CIRCULAR No. 143. 

Raleigh, N. C, October 29, 1910. 
FREIGHT RATE ON WOOD FOR MANUFACTURE OF PULP, 
EXTRACT, OR ACIDS. 

The Corporation Commission has adopted maximum freight rate on wood 
for manufacturing of pulp, extract, or acids, car-load minimum 10 cords, in 
cents per cord of 128 cubic feet, as follows : 

60 miles and under 60 

100 miles and over 60 75 

120 miles and over 100 90 

140 miles and over 120 100 

160 miles and over 140 110 

180 miles and over 160 ' 125 

200 miles and over 180 140 

220 miles and over 200 155 

240 miles and over 220 170 

260 miles and over 240 185 

Applicable to and from all stations on Southern Railway lines in North 
Carolina. 

By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Cleric. 



CIRCULARS. 63 

CIRCULAR No. 144. 

Raleigh, N. C., December 13, 1910. 
CLASSIFICATION OF PAPER BOXES, NOT NESTED. 
From and after January 15, 1911, classification of paper boxes, not nested, 
will read as follows: 

Boxes, empty, viz. : Paper, not nested, packed, L. C. L., 1% first class. 
By order of the Commission : Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



PART TWO. 

ASSESSMENT OF RAILROAD, STREET RAILWAY, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER, 
GAS, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS, SLEEPING CAR, REFRIGERATOR, 
STEAMBOAT AND CANAL COMPANIES, AND OTHER CORPORATIONS, FOR THE 
YEAR 1910. COMPILATION FROM REPORTS OF RAILROAD COMPANIES, BANKS, 
AND OTHER CORPORATIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. 



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Kernersville, N. C 

Leaksville, N. C. 

Morgan ton, N. C 

Marion, N. C. 

Murphy, N. C 

New Bern, N. C. 

Asheville, N. C 

Graham, N. C 

Randleman, N. C 

Roxboro, N. C 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Shelby. N.C 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Charlotte. N.C 

Burlington, N. C. 

Raleigh. N. C 

Thomasville. N. C 

Hickory, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn. — 

Washington, N. C 

Hickory, N. C 


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J. B. King, Vice President 

W. C. Erwin, Secretary and Treasurer— 

R. H. Bennett, President 

John E. Fain, President 

F. H. Sawyer, Secretary 

W. T. Weaver, President 

J. V. Pomeroy, President 

A. N. Bulla, President 

J. A. Long, Jr., Treasurer 

C. W. Petty, President 

J. C. Smith, President 

G. W. Hinshaw, Vice President 

E. C. Marshall, Auditor 

J. W. Murray, President 

B. S. Jerman, Treasurer 

A. H. Ragan, Vice President 

M. E. Thornton, President 

George B. Adams, Secretary 

George T. Leach, Manager— 

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Marion Light and Power Co 

Murphy Light and Power Co. 

New Bern Gas Co. 

North Carolina Electrical Power Co 

Oxford Water and Electric Co 

Randolph Power Co 

Roxboro Light and Power Co. 

Sampson Power Co 

Shelby Electric Light and Power Co — 

Shoals Power Co. 

Southern Power Co. 

Southern Traction and Power Co. 

Standard Gas and Electric Co 

Thomasville Light and Power Co. 

Thornton Light and Power Co 

Union Power and Water Co 

Washington Light and Water Co. 

Water Power Electric Co. 



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W. T. Weaver, President 

R. S. Howland, Treasurer 

N. A. Cocke, President 

J. S. Henderson, Receiver 

B. J. Pfohl, Secretary and Treasurer 

R. E. Chase, Auditor 

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Weaverville Electric Co 

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Lansdale, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Waynesville, N. C. — 

North Wilkesboro, 
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W. D. Heebner, President 

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Chester, S. C. 

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ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



59 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



STATEMENT N. 



Total valuation 

Less local assessment . 



Number of miles . 
Value per mile _ _ 



_$ 419,099.00 

42,353.00 

$ 376,746.00 

4,073.01 

92.50 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties. 



Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


17.05 


$ 92.50 


$ 1,577.12 


9.16 


92.50 


847.30 


41.48 


92.50 


3,836.90 


86.26 


92.50 


7,979.05 


40.57 


92.50 


3,752.73 


32.80 


92.50 


3,034.00 


57.86 


92.50 


5,352.05 


25.12 


92.50 


2,323.60 


31.88 


92.50 


2,948.90 


18.31 


92.50 


1,693.67 


14.84 


92.50 


1,372.70 


5.00 


92.50 


462.50 


18.57 


92.50 


1,717.73 


22.48 


92.50 


2,079.40 


42.80 


92.50 


3,959.00 


43.58 


92.50 


4,031.15 


23.97 


92.50 


2,217.22 


30.30 


92.50 


2,802.75 


54.91 


92.50 


5,079.18 


84.52 


92.50 


7,810.68 


80.07 


92.50 


7,406.47 


118.98 


92.50 


11,005.65 


14.30 


92.50 


1,322.75 


24.80 


92.50 


2,294.00 


17.68 


92.50 


1,635.40 


36.96 


92.50 


3,418.80 


65.47 


92.50 


6,055.98 


61.83 


92.50 


5,719.27 


76.17 


92.50 


7,045.73 


22.94 


92.50 


2,121.95 


59.76 


92.50 


5,527.80 



Alamance. 
Alexander. 
Anson 



Beaufort 
Bertie 



Bladen 

Buncombe- 
Brunswick, 
Burke 



Cabarrus . 
Caldwell- 



Camden. 
Carteret. 



Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus. - 

Craven 

Cumberland . 

Currituck 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe _ 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 



60 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT N— Continued. 



Gates 

Granville. 
Greene__. 



Guilford. -_ 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood. - 
Henderson. 
Hertford _ _ 



Iredell 

Jackson-. 
Johnston. 



Jones . 



Lee- 



Lenoir . 



Lincoln. - 

Macon 

Madison. - 
McDowell . 
Martin 



Mecklenburg- 
Mitchell 

Montgomery. 



Moore- 



Nash 

New Hanover. 
Northampton . 

Orange 

Onslow 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank--. 
Pender 



Perquimans. 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph __ 
Richmond .. 
Robeson 



Counties. 



Mileage. 



35.64 
74.28 
17.67 

101.97 
81.29 
62.39 
21.58 
33.13 
18.53 
58.11 
22.81 
61.22 
16.97 
37.96 
30.07 
30.56 
15.92 
28.40 
90.69 
52.24 
82.10 
39.69 
41.00 
66.93 
41.05 
33.05 
49.36 
27.41 
36.31 
27.97 
22.29 
62.99 
25.37 
27.39 
94.77 
10.00 
68.83 
46.98 

169.65 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Value. 



92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 



$ 3,296.70 
6,870.90 
1,634.48 
9,432.22 
7,519.33 
5,771.07 
1,996.15 
3,064.53 
1,714.02 
5,375.18 
2,109.92 
5,662.85 
1,569.73 
3,511.30 
2,781.47 
2,826.80 
1,472.60 
2,629.00 
8,388.83 
4,832.20 
7,594.25 
3,671.33 
3,792.50 
6, 191. .03 
3,797.12 
3,057.12 
4,565.80 
2,535.43 
3,358.67 
2,587.22 
2,061.83 
5,826.58 
2,346.72 
2,533.57 
8,766.22 
925.00 
6,366.78 
4,345.65 
15,692.63 



ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



61 



STATEMENT N-Continued. 



Counties. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


Rockingham _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 


59.36 
71.98 
73.27 
49:35 
33.74 


$ 92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 
92.50 


$ 5,490.80 


Rowan _ _ _ _ _ 


6,658.15 


Rutherford. _ _ _____ 


6,777.48 


Sampson. _____ 


4,563.88 


Scotland 


3,120.95 



Stanly. 
Stokes. 
Surry _ 



Swain 

Transylvania. 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 



Wake__ 
Warren . 



Washington. 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 



Yancey 

Cherokee 

Totals. 



29.69 
31.47 
50.53 
38.77 
30.53 

7.00 
39.90 
35.26 
142.90 
31.03 
65.85 
47.31 
18.11 
54.61 

5.36 
12.00 



4,073.01 



92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 ' 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 

92.50 



2,746.32 
2,910.97 
4,674.02 
3,586.23 
2,824.02 
647.50 
3,690.75 
3,261.55 
13,218.25 
2,870.27 
6,091.12 
4,376.18 
1,675.17 
5,051.43 
495.80 
1,102.81 



376,746.00 



62 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY. 

STATEMENT 0. 

Total valuation $ 87 , 486 . 36 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County. 



Miles of 
Poles. 



Miles of 
Wire. 



Value of 
Poles. 



Value of 
Wire. 



Value of 

Other 
Property. 



Total 

Value. 



Alamance 

Beaufort 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Cabarrus 

Caswell 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland _ _ 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Henderson 

Johnston 

Mecklenburg- - 

Nash 

New Hanover- 
Northampton. 

Orange 

Pitt 

Polk 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham.. 

Rowan 

Scotland 



17.20 

16.00 

47.60 

13.90 

8.00 

11.95 

7.40 

8.33 

8.50 

22.00 ! 

45.03 

24.60 

20.00 

14.09 

12.90 

23.00 

9.00 

65.45 

11.00 

21.00 



6.50 
23.13 
14.50 
2.00 
5.20 
17.20 
30.00 



1.50 
18.04 
21.20 
29.00 
19.55 



34.40 

60.00 

95.20 

27.80 

62.00 

83.65 

51.80 

58.31 

17.00 

66.00 

242.64 

172.20 

40.00 

42.27 

124.15 

184.00 

27.00 

317.85 

110.00 

189.00 

40.00 

19.50 

178.65 

43.50 

4.00 

52.00 

34.40 

90.00 

18.00 

11.00 

138.32 

148.40 

203.00 

156.40 



$ 567.60 
528.00 

1,570.80 
458.70 
264.00 
394.35 
244.20 
274.89 
280.50 
726.00 

1,485.99 
811.80 
660.00 
464.97 
425.70 
759.00 
297.00 

2,159.85 
363.00 
693.00 



214.50 
763.29 
478.50 
66.00 
171.60 
567.60 
990.00 



49.50 
595.32 



957.00 
645.15 



$ 516.00 

900.00 

1,428.00 

417.00 

1,100.00 

1,254.75 

777.00 

874.65 

255.00 

990.00 

3,639.60 

2,583.00 

600.00 

634.05 

1,862.25 

2,760.00 

405.00 

4,767.75 

1,650.00 

2,835.00 

600.00 

292.50 

2,679.75 

652.50 

60.00 

780.00 

516.00 

1,350.00 

270.00 

165.00 

2,074.80 

2,226.00 

3,045.00 

2,346.00 



$ 15.00 
30.00 
20.00 



150.00 
25.00 



30.00 
75.00 



25.00 
25.00 
15.00 
20.00 



95.00 
20.00 



40.00 



175.00 



477.50 



30.00 



20.00 



15.00 
25.00 



1,098.60 

1,458.00 

3,018.80 

875.70 

1,514.00 

1,674.10 

1,021.20 

1,149.54 

535.50 

1,746.00 

5,200.59 

3,394.80 

1,285.00 

1,124.02 

2,302.95 

3,539.00 

702.00 

7,022.60 

2,033.00 

3,528.00 

640.00 

507.00 

3,618.04 

1,131.00 

603.50 

951.60 

1,083.60 

2,370.00 

270.00 

234.50 

2,670.12 

2,940.60 

4,027.00 

2,991.15 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



63 



STATEMENT 0— Continued. 



County. 



Miles of 
Poles. 



Miles of 
Wire. 



Value of 
Poles. 



Value of 
Wire. 



Value of 

Other 
Property. 



Total 
Value. 



Vance. _ 
Wake__ 
Warren 
Wilson. 



21.55 
70.55 
24.45 
21.00 i 



215.50 $ 711.15 $ 3,232.50 $ 

443.28 ! 2,328.15 j 6,650.70 

244.50 I 806.85 3,667.50 

63.00 I 693.00 945.00 



20.00 $ 3,963.65 

125.00 | 9,103.85 

15.00 4,489.35 

30.00 1,668.00 



Totals. 



732.32 '4,108.72 



24,166.56 61,802.30 1,517.50 



87,' 



.30 



64 



ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT 0— Continued. 
Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Town. 



Asheville 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Durham 

Elizabethtown. _ 

Fayetteville 

Henderson ville_. 

Forest ville 

Franklinton 

Gastonia 

Gibson 

Graham 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Henderson 

High Point 

Kings Mountain, 

Littleton 

Lexington 

Lowell 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Reidsville 

Salisbury 

Thomasville 

Washington 

Warrenton 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Winston-Salem.. 

Wake Forest 

Elon College 

Totals. _. 



Miles of 
Poles. 



1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.20 
1.35 
0.50 
3.00 



0.90 
1.83 
3.16 
0.50 
0.72 
4.00 
0.25 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
0.25 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 
0.75 
0.25 
1.50 
1.25 
0.25 
0.75 
1.00 
0.80 



Miles of 
Wire. 



Value of 
Poles. 



4.00 
4.00 

21.00 
8.40 
2.70 
1.00 

19.00 
2.00 
9.00 

13.56 

22.12 
1.00 
1.44 

22.00 
1.00 

20.00 

10.50 

13.00 

10.00 
7.00 
8.00 
1.50 

26.50 
7.00 

14.00 
5.25 
3.00 

15.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.25 

10.00 
1.60 



33.00 
60.00 
90.00 
36.00 
40.50 
15.00 
90.00 



Value of 
Wire. 



43.71 



290.82 



29.70 
227.60 
94.80 
15.00 
23.76 
120.00 

7.50 
60.00 
45.00 
49.50 
30.00 
30.00 
30.00 

7.50 
75.00 
30.00 
60.00 
22.50 

7.50 
45.00 
37.50 

7.50 
22.50 
30.00 
24.00 



70.00 

60.00 

315.00 

126.00 

40.50 

15.00 

285.00 

30.00 

135.00 

203.40 

331.80 

20.00 

21.60 

330.00 

15.00 

300.00 

157.50 

156.00 

150.00 

105.00 

120.00 

22.50 

397.50 

105.00 

210.00 

78.75 

43.00 

225.00 

37.50 

22.50 

33.75 

150.00 

24.00 



1,496.; 



4,333.30 



Value of 

Other 
Property. 



150.00 
15.00 

175.00 
25.00 
25.00 
20.00 
75.00 
40.00 

15.00 
20.00 
15.00 

75.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
20.00 
15.00 

40.00 
250.00 
15,. 00 
25.00 
15.00 
40.00 
15.00 
150.00 
40.00 
25.00 



1,395.00 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



65 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

STATEMENT Oa. 

Total value . $ 834,478.00 

Miles of wire '_ 22,584 

Average value per mile $ 36. 95 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County. 



Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


119.23 


$ 36.95 


$ 4,405.55 


7.00 


36.95 


258.65 


396.94 


36.95 


14,666.90 


103.50 


36.95 


3,824.33 


109.18 


36.95 


4,034.20 


165.00 


36.95 


6,096.75 


181.38 


36.95 


6,701.99 


296.35 


36.95 


10,950.13 


154.00 


36.95 


5,690.30 


466.32 


36.95 


17,230.53 


27.43 


36.95 


1,013.54 


10.00 


36.95 


369.50 


48.50 


36.95 


1,792.08 


268.30 


36.95 


9,913.69 


160.00 


36.95 


5,912.00 


199.78 


36.95 


7,381.87 


37.07 


36.95 


1,369.74 


22.00 


36.95 


812.90 


257.05 


36.95 


9,498.00 


536.00 


36.95 


19,805.20 


218.20 


36.95 


8,062.49 


401.70 


36.95 


14,842.82 


28.00 


36.95 


1,034.60 


1,010.34 


36.95 


37,332.06 


38.00 


36.95 


1,404.10 


392.58 


36.95 


14,505.83 


186.77 


36.95 


6,901.12 


789.86 


36.95 


29,185.32 


176.70 


36.95 


6,529.07 


216.00 


36.95 


7,981.20 


475.85 


36.95 


17,582.66 


119.68 


36.95 


4,422.18 



Alamance - 
Alexander. 
Anson 



Beaufort . 
Bertie. _. 



Bladen 

Brunswick, 
Buncombe- 
Burke 



Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland _ . 

Currituck 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Coil). 2- 



Q6 



BT. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT Oa-Continued. 



County. 



Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg- 
Mitchell 

Montgomery . 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northampton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank.. 

Pender 

Perquimans. _ 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham . 



Mileage. 



120.54 

10.00 

1,534.38 

675.55 

91.12 

42.00 

159.60 

112.92 

162.50 

46.00 

484.44 

22.50 

505.42 

77.27 

50.52 

4.00 

142.07 

173.02 

200.10 

1,128.51 

5.00 

22.00 

332.00 

46.56 

212.03 

471.90 

36.00 

125.00 

21.47 

26.00 

334.20 

32.00 

58.00 

172.21 

60.00 

109.90 

605.56 

481.90 

891.65 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 



Value. 



$ 4,453.95 

380.59 

56,695.34 

24,961.57 

3,366.88 

1,551.90 

5,897.22 

4,172.39 

6,004.38 

1,699.70 

17,900.58 

831.38 

18,675.27 

2,854.70 

1,866.10 

147.80 

5,249.49 

6,393.09 

7,393.70 

41,698.44 

184.75 

812.90 

12,156.55 

1,720.39 

7,834.50 

17,436.71 

1,330.20 

4,618.75 

793.31 

960.70 

12,348.60 

1,182.40 

2,143.10 

6,363.16 

2,217.00 

4,060.81 

22,375.44 

17,806.21 

32,946.47 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



67 



STATEMENT Oa— Continued. 



County. 



Mileage. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Value. 



Rowan_ 

Rutherford, _ 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington. . 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Totals. 



1,169.66 i 

117.40 
96.00 I 

134.00 j 
35.00 
85.00 j 
68.00 I 
78.00 : 
7.00 

423.40 

408.82 j 
1,269.26 

364.00 | 
45.00 I 

436.32 
18.00 

427.77 I 



36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 



$ 43 
4 
3 
4 
1 
3 
2 
2 



22,584.00 



,218.94 
,337.93 
,547.20 
,951.30 
,293.25 
,140.75 
,512.60 
,882.10 

258.65 
,644.63 
,105.90 
,899.16 
,449.80 
,662.75 
,122.02 

665.10 
,806.10 



834,478.00 



Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Town. 



Aberdeen 

Ahoskie 

Albemarle 

Apex 

Ashboro 

Asheville 

Ayden 

Battleboro 

Bayboro 

Benson. 

Bessemer City. 

Bethel 

Black Creek _ _ 
Bryson City_ - 

Burgaw 

Burlington 



Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


5.00 


$ 


36.95 


$ 184.75 


1.85 




36.95 


68.36 


0.80 




36.95 


29.56 


6.30 




36.95 


232.79 


1.07 




36.95 


39.54 


31.78 




36.95 


1,174.27 


0.30 




36.95 


11.08 


7.42 




36.95 


274.17 


0.22 




36.95 


8.13 


3.00 




36.95 


110.85 


45.00 




36.95 


1,662.75 


1.89 




36.95 


69.83 


5.30 




36.95 


195.84 


0.80 




36.95 


29.56 


3.30 


[ 


36.95 


121.94 


11.86 




36.95 


438.23 



K". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT Oa— Continued 

Town. 

Cameron 

Canton 

Cary 

Chadbourn 

Charlotte 

Cherry ville 

China Grove 

Claremont 

Clarkton 

Clinton 

Clayton 

Concord 

Conetoe 

Conover 

Cove . 

Cleveland 

Clyde 

Creswell 

Davidson 

Dallas 

Dillsboro 

Dunn 

Durham 

Earles 

Elkin 

Elk Park 

Ellenboro 

Elm City 

Enfield 

Everetts 

Faison 

Fair B luff 

Fayetteville - 

Forest City 

Forest ville 

Four Oaks 

Franklinton 

Fremont 

Garland 



Mileage. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



7.44 
0.57 

27.64 
9.03 

76.74 
1.16 

37.18 
4.00 
3.99 
0.33 
9.04 

21.91 
1.26 
5.00 
4.00 
5.32 
0.73 
0.28 
1.83 
0.76 
0.67 
6.00 
7.31 
1.00 
0.93 
1.20 
1.51 

19.68 

19.04 
0.80 
6.70 
5.04 

24.90 
0.83 

30.05 
3.42 
4.20 
6.30 
2.00 



36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



69 



STATEMENT Oa— Continued. 



Town. 



Gastonia 

Goldsboro 

Goldston 

Godwin 

Graham 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Grifton 

Grover 

Halifax 

Henderson 

Hendersonville- 

Hickory 

High Point 

Hillsboro 

Hobgood 

Hope Mills 

Huntersville 

Hot Springs 

Jamesville 

Jacksonville 

Jonesboro 

Kenly 

Keif ord 

Kernersville 

Kings Mountain 

Kinston 

Kittrell 

Keyser 

LaGrange 

Laurinburg 

Lenoir 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lilesville 

Littleton 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

Lucama 



Mileage. 



53 
28. 

2 
7 
114 
1 
1 

12 
10 
15 
9, 
10 
44 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 



Value. 



1,990.50 
1,047.53 

30.67 

88.68 

298.21 

4,212.67 

55.42 

53.95 
■ 452.27 
397.95 
566.81 
335.14 
400.91 
1,640.58 

37.69 
221.70 
342.90 

33.25 
118.24 

47.67 

26.23 
108.63 
147.43 
166.28 
167.01 
1,174.27 
286.73 
111.22 
265.30 

53.95 
221.70 

21.06 
729.39 

86.46 
295.60 
345.85 
105.31 
775.95 
188.81 



70 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT Oa— Continued. 



Town. 



Lumberton 

Macon 

Madison 

McFarland 

Maiden 

Manly 

Magnolia.- 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mebane 

Maxton 

Maysville 

Milton 

Mocksville 

Morehead City — 

Monroe 

Mooresville 

Mount Airy 

Mount Holly 

Morrisville 

Morven 

Morganton 

Mount Olive 

Murphy 

Matthews 

Nashville 

New Bern 

New London 

Newport 

Newton 

North Wilkesboro 

Norwood 

Old Fort 

Oriental 

Oxford 

Parmele 

Pikeville 

Pine Level 

Pilot Mountain.. . 



Mileage. 



1.71 

6.96 
3.14 
1.92 
1.00 
8.00 
10.00 
4.40 
4.28 
3.65 
6.34 
0.90 
0.26 
0.50 
2.13 
9.06 
1.70 
3.17 
1.00 
3.20 
1.00 
5.72 
5.30 
0.83 
7.00 
0.67 
9.06 
0.67 
1.40 
5.72 
1.00 
0.10 
2.80 
0.51 
3.96 
2.58 
8.30 
4.50 
0.90 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 



Value. 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY. 



71 



STATEMENT Oa-Continued. 



Town. 



eage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


21.33 


$ 36.95 


$ 788.14 


8.00 


36.95 


295.60 


0.50 


36.95 


18.47 


3.00 


36.95 


110.85 


0.81 


36.95 


29.93 


1.40 


36.95 


51.73 


0.40 


36.95 


14.78 


36.06 


36.95 


1,332.42 


3.00 


36.95 


110.85 


39.59 


36.95 


1,462.85 


0.60 


36.95 


22.17 


8.54 


36.95 


315.55 


35.82 


36.95 


1,323.55 


0.74 


36.95 


27.34 


12.00 


36.95 


443.40 


4.10 


36.95 


151.50 


2.00 


36.95 


73.90 


1.71 


36.95 


63.18 


56.00 


36.95 


2,069.20 


5.00 


36.95 


184.75 


23.00 


36.95 


849.85 


4.00 


36.95 


147.80 


13.42 


36.95 


495.87 


1.00 


36.95 


36.95 


5.27 


36.95 


104.73 


2.00 


36.95 


73.90' 


1.20 


36.95 


44.34 


9.36 


36.95 


345.85 


0.60 


36.95 


22.17 


0.83 


36.95 


30.67 


8.62 


36.95 


318.51 


1.74 


36.95 


64.29 


1.80 


36.95 


66.51 


0.67 


36.95 


24.75 


18.09 


36.95 


668.43 


0.37 


36.95 


13.67 


36.54 


36.95 


1,350.15 


0.80 


36.95 


29.56 


4.50 


36.95 


166.28 



Pineville 

Polkton 

Pollocksville__ 

Princeton 

Plymouth 

Ramseur 

Randleman 

Raleigh 

Red Springs _ _ 

Reidsville 

Robersonville. 
Rockingham_. 
Rocky Mount _ 

Roseboro 

Rose Hill 

Rowland 

Roxboro 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Saluda 

Sanf ord 

Seaboard 

Selma 

Scotland Neck. 

Shelby 

Siler City 

Smithfield 

Southern Pines 
Spring Hope-- 
Stanley Creek. 

Statesville 

Stoneville 

Stovall 

Sylva 

Tarboro 

Taylorsville___ 

Thomasville 

Trinity 

Tryon 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT Oa-Continued. 



Town. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


Vaughan _ _ __ ._ 


6.09 

16.00 
6.70 
1.74 

14.20 
3.00 
0.87 
0.93 
6.78 

21.50 
6.60 

17.52 
0.92 

50.28 

19.23 
0.50 

16.00 
9.35 


$ 36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 
36.95 


$ 225 02 


Wadesboro__ _ _ 


591 20 


Wallace __ _ _ _ _ 


247.56 




64 30 




524 69 


Washington _. _ _ _ _ ___ 


110 85 


Waxhaw _ _ _ _ _ 


32.14 




34.36 


Wake Forest _ _ _ 


250.52 


Weldon 


794.43 


Whiteville 


243.92 


Whitakers _ 


647.36 


Williamston _ _________ __ 


34.00 


Wilmington _ ___ __ 


36.95 ! 1,857.85 




36.95 710.55 


Winfall _ ______ 


36.95 18.48 


Wingate __ _ _ _ ___ 


36.95 
36.95 


591.20 


Winston__ _ __ _ _ ____ 


345.48 






Totals _____ 


1,660.24 


61.345.87 









ASSESSMENT OF REFRIGERATOR AND TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 



REFRIGERATOR COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT P. 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


! 

Value. 


American Cotton Oil Co. 


$ 3,325 


Buncombe 


i $ 3,325 


American Refrigerator Transit Co. ______ 


886 


Buncombe 


886 


Armour Car Lines _ . , 


26,600 


Duplin. 


; 8,866 






Pender 


8,867 






Wayne 


8,867 


Cudahy Milwaukee Refrigerator Line 


200 


Wake _ 


200 


Cudahy Packing Co. _ _ _ 


500 


Wake _ . _ _ 


500 


Merchants Despatch Transportation Co 


2,665 


Guilford 


1,332 






Rockingham 


1,333 



Robert Portner Brewing Co.. 
Southern Cotton Oil Co 



Street's Western Stables Car Line 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co.. 



Union Refrigerator Transit Co. of Wisconsin. 
Union Tank Line 



1,710 
10,200 



250 
2,000 



1,205 
16,800 



Total. 



66,341 



New Hanover. 

Durham 

Wake 

Wake 

Chatham 

Moore 

Wake 

Mecklenburg. . 

Guilford 

Wake 



1,710 
5,100 
5,100 
250 
1,000 
1,000 
1,205 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



66,341 



TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT Pa. 



Name of Company. 



Boone and Blowing Rock Turnpike Co 

Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Turn- 
pike Co. (The) 



Watauga Turnpike Co 

Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turnpike Co. . 



Valuation 



County. 



Value. 



1,000 
3,275 



1,000 



Watauga. 
Mitchell.. 
Watauga . 
6,750 CaldwelL. 
Wilkes_ _. 
i Ashe 



$ 1,000.00 

808.66 

2,156.34 

6,750.00 

743.00 

257.00 



74 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT Q. 



Name of Company. 



Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation Co. 

Independent Steamboat Co 

LeRoy Steamboat Co 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co 



Roanoke and Tar River Steamboat Co. 

Tar River Oil Co 

Vanceboro Steamboat Co 

Wilmington Towing Co 

Total 



Valuation. 



County. 



Albemarle Steam Navigation Co % 



Carolina Transportation Co 

Chowan Motor Co 

Eastern Carolina Transportation Co.. 



,600 



3,000 
5,100 
3,100 

2,400 
3,000 
10,000 
12,500 



15,000 
4,200 
1,850 

20,000 



86,750 



Chowan _ 

Gates 

Hertford 

Bertie 

New Hanover. 

Hertford 

Dare 

Pasquotank. _. 

Hyde 

Craven 

Pasquotank. _. 
New Hanover. 

Bladen 

Cumberland. . 

Martin 

Edgecombe. .. 

Craven 

New Hanover. 



Value. 



1,650 
1,650 
1,650 
1,650 
3,000 
5,100 
1,550 
1,550 
2,400 
3,000 

10,000 
4,167 
4,166 
4,167 

15,000 
4,200 
1,850 

20,000 



86,750 



WATERWORKS COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT R. 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 


Elizabeth City Water and Power Co 


$ 600 
1,200 


Pasquotank 


$ 600 




Pasquotank 

Halifax. _ 


1,200 




12.888 


12,888 


Wadesboro Sewerage Co. _ _ 2.500 


Anson 


2,500 


Wake Water Co.. . _ . _______ 


25,000 
40,000 


Wake 

New Hanover 


25,000 


Wilmington Sewerage Co. 


40,000 








Total . 


82,188 


82,188 







STREET RAILWAY, BRIDGE, CANAL, AND FLUME COMPANIES. 75 



STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES. 



STATEMENTS. 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 


Asheville Electric Co 

Charlotte Electric Railway _____ 


S 174,436 
200,000 
200,000 
31,693 
10,000 
74,480 
334,900 


Buncombe 

Mecklenburg 

Durham 

Forsyth _ 


$ 174,436 
200,000 


Durham Traction Co. _ _ 


200,000 


Fries Manufacturing Co. _ 


31,693 




Wayne 

Guilford 

New Hanover 


10,000 


North Carolina Public Service Co._ _ 


74,480 


Tidewater Power Co. _ 


334,900 






Total 


1,025,509 


1,025,509 



BRIDGE AND CANAL COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT T. 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


| • 
County. Value. 


Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Co 

Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co. __ _ 


$ 20,000 
7,700 
7,200 


Currituck $ 20,000 

1 
Hyde__ 7.700 


Yadkin River Bridge Company of East Bend, N.C. 


Yadkin 


7,200 






Total. _ _ _ _ 


34,900 


34,900 







FLUME COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT Ta. 



Name of Company. 



Valuation. 



County. 



Yadkin Flume Co $ 



300 Wilkes. 



Value. 



300 



76 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT U. 



Name of Company. 



Valuation. 



County. 

Robeson 

Cumberland 

Harnett 

Lee 

Chatham 

Wake 

City of Raleigh 

Cherokee 

Mecklenburg. . . 
Mecklenburg. . 

Caldwell 

Pasquotank 

Henderson 

Madison 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Lincoln 

Gaston 

Union 

Stanly 

Rowan 

Mecklenburg- _ 

Forsyth 

Davidson 

Randolph 

Guilford 

Catawba 

Iredell 

Cabarrus 

Wake 

Catawba 

Buncombe 

Buncombe 

Buncombe 

Rowan 



Value. 



Carolina Electric Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co. 



$ 2,950 
132,049 



Carolina-Tennessee Power Co 

Charlotte Gas and Electric Co 

Charlotte Power Co 

Citizens Light and Power Co 

Elizabeth City Electric Light and Power Co 

Hendersonville Light and Power Co 

North Carolina Electrical Power Co 

Shelby Electric Light and Power Co 

Southern Power Co 



Standard Gas and Electric Co.-_ 
Thornton Light and Power Co. _ 

Union Power and Water Co 

W. T. Weaver Power Co 

Weaverville, Electric Co 

Yadkin River Electric Power Co 
Totals 



10,000 

55,000 

29,775 

4,200 

2,620 

1,210 

6,318 

3,900 

495,413 



30,000 

1,200 

700 

120,000 

3,216 

1,746 



900,297 



$ 2,950.00 

11,259.75 

21,227.39 

13,336.34 

2,325.79 

83,899.73 

65,035.00 

10,000.00 

55,000.00 

29,775.00 

4,200.00 

2,620.00 

1,210.00 

6,318.00 

3,900.00 

10,888.00 

17,693.00 

70,775.00 

43,552.00 

39,469.00 

42,191.00 

78,264.00 

9,527.00 

36,747.00 

2,042.00 

25,178.00 

24,498.00 

25,178.00 

69,411.00 

30,000.00 

1,200.00 

700.00 

120,000.00 

3,216.00 

1,746.00 



900,297.00 



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STATEMENT W— List of Counties, with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1910. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


, Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 






17.05 


$46,822.19 
177.00 
92.50 
36.95 


$798,318.30 




Pullman Co._ _ - - 


3,017.85 






1,577.12 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




4,405.56 




Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co.._ 




522.20 




Gibsonville Telephone Co. _ _ 






570.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 






18,762.00 








1,412.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co _ .. 






1,098.60 




Southern Alamance Telephone Co.. 






1,200.00 




Total.. _________ _ - . - - 






830,883.63 




Southern Railway . .. 


9.16 


29,132.93 
92.50 
36.95 






266,857.70 




Southern Express Co. _ _ _ 


847.30 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ___ _ __ 




258.65 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Peoples Telephone Co. _ ___ 




2,949.00 








2,554.00 




Total _ ._ ___ . __ . __- 










273,466.65 




Horton Telephone Co. _ _______ 








Alleghany 


294.00 






13 90 


29,305.97 
92.50 




Anson 


407,352 98 




Southern Express Co.. _ _ 




3,836.90 




Wadesboro Telephone Co _ _ __ _ 


5,500.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. ... 


27.58 


20,051.48 
177.00 


553,019.82 




Pullman Co. 


4,881.66 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 




4,238.00 






36.95 


14,666.93 




Norwood Electric and Water Co. . 


888.00 




Wadesboro Sewerage Co. _ 




2,500.00 




Total... ' 








996,884.29 




Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turnpike Co. 




Ashe _ 


257 00 




Horton Telephone Co 


588.10 




Total. ... 1 






845.10 




Southern Investment Co. 




Beaufort 


314 00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,458.00 



102 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


• Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Beaufort 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


6.62 


$29,305.97 


$194,005 52 


{Continued.) 


Southern Express Co. _ _ 




92.50 

36.95 
9.963 04 


7,979.05 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- 




3,824 33 




Norfolk and Southern Railway 


59.62 


593,996.50 




Washington and Hyde Telephone Co. _ 




4,620.00 




Washington- Aurora Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ 




1,000.00 




Williamston Telephone Co. __ 




300.00 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




8,387.00 




Washington and Vandemere Railroad 

Total . . .'__ . . 


i 
33.50 33,101.25 


73,071.88 








889,156.28 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ _ _ 


13.09 


29,305.97 
92.50 




Bertie 


383,615.15 




Southern Express Co. - 


3,752.73 




Bertie Telephone Co. _ 




1,000.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




36.95 


4,034.20 




Cashie and Chowan Railroad _ _ _ 


2.50 


7,200.00 




Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co. 




1,828.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


7.48 20.051.48 


149,985.07 




North State Telephone Co. _ - _ 






1,183.00 




Wellington and Powellsville Railroad 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co. 


18.00 


2,420.45 


43,568.10 
1,650.00 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 




19,581.00 




Pullman Co 




177.00 


2,796.60 




Total _ __ __ 










620,193.85 




Pullman Co 






Bladen 




' 177.00 

20,051.48 

92.50 

36.95 


5,805.60 




Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


32.80 


657,688.54 




Southern Express Co. __ 


3,034.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




6,096.75 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 




3,018.80 




Garland-Clinton Telephone Co. _ 




305.00 




Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co. 




4,166.00 




Total.. _ . 








680,114.69 




Pullman Co.__ 





Brunswick 




177.00 


4.446.24 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ 


12.88 


29,305.97 377.460.89 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


12.24 


20,051.48 


245,430.11 




Southern Express Co. _ 




92.50 


2.323.60 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 : 6,701.99 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



103 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Brunswick 

(Continued.) 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. $. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Total ! 



American Refrigerator Transit Co 

Asheville Southern Railway 

American Cotton Oil Co 

W. T. Weaver Power Co 

Weaverville Electric Co 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Pullman Co 

Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway 

Madison Telephone Co 

Asheville Electric Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Bee Tree Railroad 

Leicester Telephone Co 

Union Power and Water Co 

North Buncombe Telephone Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Total 



2.13 



4,694.! 



47.52 29,132.93 
10.34 5,953.25 
I 177.00 

4.77 J. 

92.50 



36.95 



4,424.77 



7.75 



2,000.00 



Southern Railway 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Total 



North Carolina Railroad 

Yadkin Railroad 

Pullman Co 



29.70 



2.18 



29,132.93 
177.00 
92.50 
36.95 



9,248.74 



$ 8,053.00 

875.70 

645,291.53 

886.00 

10,000.00 

3,325.00 

120,000.00 

3,216.00 

1,384,397.11 

61,556.61 

7,966.77 

16,325.00 

5,352.05 

1,000.00 

133,228.00 

10,950.13 

1,320.00 

10,000.00 

• 400.00 

174,436.00 

4,779.20 

15,500.00 

400.00 

700.00 

420.00 

1,514.00 



1,967,671.87 



865,248.16 

5,256.90 

2,948.90 

5,690.30 

10,746.00 

20,162.25 



910,052.51 



17.16 46,822.19 803,468.78 
1.15 5,985.37 6,883.10 



177.00 



3,037.32 



104 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Cabarrus 


Southern Express Co _____ 




$ 92.50 
36.95 


$ 1,693.67 


(Continued.) 


Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




17,230.53 




Concord Telephone Co. . 




3,000.00 
3,726.00 

6,837.60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






American Telephone and Telegraph Co 








Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






1,674.10 




Southern Power Co _ _ 






69,411.00 




Total __ ___ _____ 








' 


916,962.10 




Southern Express Co 




92.50 

36.95 

4,088.94 




Caldwell 


1,372.70 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




1,013.54 




Caldwell and Northern Railroad. 


23.50 


96,090.00 




Lenoir Electric Co 


4,000.00 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Citizens Light and Power Co. 


14.84 


9,248.74 


137,251.50 
4,200.00 




Watauga Turnpike Co.. . 






6,750.00 




Total -__ _ __ 










250,667.74 




Southern Express Co _ _ _ _ 




92.50 

36.95 

9,963.04 




Camden 


462.50 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




369.50 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


5.00 


49,815.20 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co 


7,272.00 




Lake Drummond Canal and Water Co. 






90,000.00 




Total- __ -_ __ _ __ _ 










147,919.20 








92.50 






1,717.73 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




5,170.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




36.95 
9,963.04 

12,180.68 


1,792.08 






2.82 
15.75 


28,095.80 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 


191,845.75 






1,500.00 




Morehead City Telephone Co. 






800.00 




Total _ _ _____ _ 








230,921.36 






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' 


500.00 






6.95 [ 23,132.93 
14.60 10.000.00 


202,473.95 




Atlantic and Danville Railway _ _ 


146,000.00 








177.00 
92.50 


3,814.35 




Southern Express Co 





2,079.40 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



105 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Caswell 

(Continued.) 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Danville and Western Railway 

Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co 

North Carolina Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Yancey ville Telephone Co 

Total 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



.93 



$ 36.95 
5,000.00 



Catawba. 



Southern Railway . 22.86 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Hickory Electric Co 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway j 12.56 

Thornton Light and Power Co 1_ 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Power Co 

Total 



Chatham. 



Bonlee and Western Railroad 7. 50 

Matthews Telephone Co 

At lantic and Yadkin Railroad 24 . 99 

Seaboard Air Line Railway j 18.59 

Pullman Co 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co 

Southern Express Co | 

Cape Fear Telephone Co 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co ' 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Durham and South Carolina Railroad 17 . 88 

Durham and Charlotte Railroad | 8. 27 

Total : 



29,132.93 
177.00 
92.50 



36.95 



1, 248. 74 



2,500.00 



9,997.82 

20,051.48 

177.00 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



92.50 



.95 



4,993.45 
2,929.20 



$ 9,913.69 

4,650.00 

417.55 

32.00 

2,596.00 

1,021.20 

419.00 

500.00 



374,417.14 



665,978.97 
4,046.22 
3,959.10 
2,500.00 
5,912.00 
3,600.00 

116,164.20 

1,200.00 

4,490.00 

24,498.00 



832,348.49 



18,750.00 

2,025.00 

249,845.61 

372,757.00 

1,308.03 

1,000.00 

4,031.15 

1,475.00 

250.00 

7,381.87 

2,325.79 

960.00 

255.00 

89,284.00 

24,224.00 

775,872.45 



106 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 




Southern Railway __ __ _ _ 


23.97 


$29,132.93 
92.50 
36.95 


$698,316.48 
2,713 02 




Southern Express Co 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 




1,369.74 




Cherokee Telephone Co. _ __. 




2,000.00 




Louisville and Nashville Railroad _ _ 


13.16 


6,023.79 


79,260 00 




Carolina-Tennessee Power Co.. _ _ 


10,000.00 




Snow Bird Valley Railroad 


7.50 


1,296.26 


9,721.95 




Total-. -_ _- -_ __ 






803,381.19 




Southern Express Co. _ __ _ _ 




92.50 
36.95 




Chowan. _ 


2,802.75 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ _ 




812.90 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co -_ - 




3,636.00 






32.03 


9,963.04 


319,313 45 




Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 


1,650.00 




Chowan Telephone Co. _ _ _ 






1,250.00 




Total. _ __ - __ __ _ 










329,465.10 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line_ __ 


8.77 
24.80 
21.34 


32,899.67 

5,953.25 

20,051.48 






288,530.11 




Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Lattimore Telephone Co. _ _ 


147,640.85 

427,898.58 

500.00 




Pullman Co _ _ _ 




177.00 


1,552.29 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 




7,365.00 




Southern Express Co. _ 




92.50 


5,079.18 




Sharon Telephone Co 




500.00 




Boiling Springs Telephone Co _ _ 






400.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. __ 




36.95 
2,759.38 


9,498.00 






9.06 


25,000.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co _ 


3,947.20 




Shelby Electric Light and Power Co.. _ 






3,900.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co ____ 






1,149.54 










10,888.00 




Total _ _ _ _ 










933,848.75 




Pullman Co _ 




177.00 

29,305.97 

20,051.48 

92.50 

36.95 






10,504.95 






75.62 
8.90 


2,216,120.91 






178,458.17 




Southern Express Co 


7,810.68 




Western Union Telegraph Co 





19,805.20 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



107 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- Valuation 
age. | per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Columbus j Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ $ '$ 8,852.00 

(Continued.) 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 535.50 



Total 2,442,087.41 



Craven- 



Southern Investment Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Atlantic and 



9.44 



29,305.97 
92.50 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 
North Carolina Division.. 



25.38 
45.25 



36.95 
9,963.04 

12,180.68 



Independent Steamboat Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Vanceboro Steamboat Co ' 

Dover and Southbound Railroad 1.00 ! 2,000.00 

Total ! 1,131,493.22 



1,142.00 

1,746.00 
276,648.36 

7,406.47 
72.00 

8,062.49 
252,862.00 

551,175.90 

3,000.00 

25,528.00 

1,850.00 

2,000.00 



Cumberland . 



Currituck. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co. 

St. Paul Telephone Co 

Clinton and Dunn Telephone Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. . . 

Raleigh and Southport Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad . 

Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co 

Total 



60.13 



30.40 



21.50 



7.50 



Southern Express Co ' 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad I 14. 

Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Co I 



29,305.97 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 

4,180.20 



5,000.00 



3,000.00 



1,762,167.97 

5,794.98 

11,005.64 

14,842.82 

127,078.00 

379.00 

152.00 

45.00 

14,493.00 

11,259.75 

8,349.00 

107,500.00 

5,200.59 

22,500.00 

4,167.00 

2,094,934.75 



92.50 1,322.75 

36.95 1,034.60 

9,963.04 142,471.50 

I 20,000.00 



108 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Currituck Currituck Telephone Co 

(Continued.) 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co 



Dare. 



Davidson. 



Davie. 



Duplin. 



Total. 



Eastern Carolina Transportation Co. 

Southern Investment Co 

Total 



Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

North Carolina Railroad 

Piedmont Railway 

Pullman Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Power Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Lexington Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Midway Telephone Co 

Orinoco Telephone Co 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co 

Total 



24.80 
20.50 



Rural Telephone Co ' 

Cooleemee Telephone Co 

North Carolina Midland Railroad ' 17 . 68 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. J 

Southern Express Co 

Mocksville Telephone Co j 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Total 



Wallace Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Pullman Co 



36.96 



46,822.19 

2,743.90 

177.00 



92.50 



36.95 



,440.24 



92.50 



36.95 



29,305.97 
177.00 



$ 5,000.00 
5,455.00 



175,283.85 



1,550.00 
402.00 



,952.00 



195.00 

136.00 

274.00 

1,161,190.30 

56,250.00 

4,389.60 

1,730.00 

2,294.00 

36,747.00 

37,332.06 

4,146.00 

5,000.00 

12,008.00 

3,394.80 

859.00 

343.00 

490.00 



1,326,778.76 



555.00 

320.00 

290,663.55 

1,540.00 

1,635.40 

900.00 

1,404.10 



297,018.05 



1,400.00 

1,083,148.65 

6,010.92 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



100 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Duplin-. 






$ 92.50 
36.95 


$ 3,418.80 


(Continued.) 


Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




14,505.83 




Teachey's Dell Telephone Co.. 




710.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






5,643.00 




Hallsville Telephone Co. _ _ 






450.00 




Rose Hill Telephone Co. _ __ 






3,000.00 




Armour Car Lines Co. 




8,866.00 




Total. .... 










1,127,153.20 




Southern Railway 


11.18 
16.22 

8.18 
10.39 

9.25 
19.50 


29,132.93 
46,822.19 

8,218.83 
20,051.48 

4,993.45 

17,362.50 

177.00 




Durham 


325,706.25 




North Carolina Railroad 


759,455.30 




Durham and Southern Railroad. _ 


67,230.03 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


208,334.88 




Durham and South Carolina Railroad 

Norfolk and Western Railway 


46,189.40 
338,568.75 




Pullman Co. 


2,870.94 




Southern Cotton Oil Co.. 




5,100.00 




Southern Express Co. . ___ 




92.50 
36.95 


6,055.98 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 




6,901.12 




Durham Traction Co. . 




200,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






3,826.00 




Southside Telephone Co.. _ __ 






1,920.00 




North Carolina Telephone Co. 






548.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 






1,334.60 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,285.00 




Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 






70,000.00 




Total 










2,045,326.25 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


43.83 


29,305.97 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 




Edgecombe 


1,284,480.66 




Pullman Co.. 


6,327.75 




Southern Express Co. _ 




5,719.27 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




29,185.32 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




9,177.00 




East Carolina Railway 


18.00 


2,715.53 


48,879.54 


- 


Tar River Oil Co ... . ... 


4,200.00 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 






14,950.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






3,780.80 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 






40,328.00 




Total... _ . _ . 










1,447,028.34 













110 



N. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Forsyth. 



Franklin . 



Gaston. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 



North State Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co 

Good Will Telephone Co 

Southern Railway 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

North Carolina Midland Railroad 

Southern Power Co 

Southern Express Co , 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Fries Manufacturing Co 

Kernersville Telephone Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co 

Midway Telephone Co 

Rural Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Total.. 



36.71 
10.77 
13.73 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southside Telephone Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Louisburg Telegraph Co 

Total 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 



22.94 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



29,132.93 
9,997.82 
16,440.24 



92.50 



36.95 



17,362.50 



177.00 



20,051.48 



177.00 
92.50 
36.95 



23.00 32,899.67 
17.50 20,051.48 



177.00 
92.50 
36.95 



19.26 9,248.74 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$ 122.00 

144.00 

469.00 

1,069,470.00 

107,676.62 

225,724.70 

9,527.00 

7,045.43 

78,576.00 

6,529.07 

31,693.00 

900.00 

265,646.25 

1,124.02 

365.00 

226.00 

3,166.00 

2,354.10 



1,810,758.49 



459,980.95 

1,210.00 

2,288.61 

2,121.95 

7,981.20 

10,922.00 

360.00 

2,302.95 

500.00 



487,667.66 



756,692.66 

350,900.90 

264.00 

4,071.00 

5,527.80 

17,582.66 

22,949.00 

178,130.70 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



Ill 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Gaston 

(Continued.) 



Gates. 



Graham.. 
Granville- 



Greene. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Power Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Total 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

North State Telephone Co 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co. . 

Pullman Co 

Total 



14.84 



20. 



Snow Bird Valley Railroad. 



6.00 



Granville Telephone Co 

Southern Railway 

Atlantic and Danville Railway 

North and South Carolina Railway. 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Southside Telephone Co 

"Western Union Telegraph Co 

Oxford and Coast Line Railroad 

Pullman Co 

Total 



43.80 
2.20 
3.73 



22.36 



East Carolina Railway. 



4.51 



.63 



Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Kinston and Snow Hill Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Total 



$ 9,161.60 

70,775.00 

3,539.00 



29,305.97 
92.50 



36.95 

9,963.04 



177.00 



1,296.26 



1,419,594.32 

434,900.60 

3,296.70 

22,199.00 

4,422.18 

207,231.30 
1,432.00 
1,650.00 
2,885.10 

678,016.88 

7,778.05 



1,500.00 
29,132.93 1,276,032.55 



10,000.00 
3,000.00 



20,051.48 j 
92.50 I 



36.95 

6,552.10 

177.00 



22,000.00 

11,190.00 

16,092.00 

448,351.09 

6,870.90 

720.00 

4,453.95 

29,550.00 

389.40 



1,817,149. 



2,715.53 



7.00 3,500.00 
8.04 j 9,963.04 
I 92.50 



26,150.60 

2,005.00 

24,500.00 

80,103.00 

1,634.48 
702.00 
380.59 



135,475.67 



112 



C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Guilford 


Libert v Telephone Co -. 




1 




Gibsonville Telephone Co 



Ha'.i:a= 



Southern Railway 26.30 

At lantic and Yadkin Railway 39 . 26 

High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and 

Southern Railway 3. 04 

North Carolina Railroad 33.37 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

North Carolina Public Service Co 

Union Tank Line Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southeast Guilford Telephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Liberty Telephone Co 

Merchants Despatch Transportation Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Farmers Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Good Will Telephone Co 

Orinoco Telephone Co 

Southern Power Co 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 

Prospect Telephone Co 

Total 



29,132.93 
9,997.82 

10,000.00 

46,822.19 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$ 160.00 
1,130.00 

766,196.10 

392,514.54 

30,400.00 

1,562,456.40 

11,074.59 

9,432.22 

56,695.34 

74,450.00 

5,600.00 

146,722.00 

2.455.00 

17.467.00 

160.00 

1,332.00 

25.00 

380.00 

14.528.20 

7,022.24 

469.00 

137.00 

25,178.00 

210.00 

65.00 

240.00 

3,126.529.93 



Roanoke Rapids Power Co 11,710.00 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 61.09 29,305.97 1,790,301.71 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 19,806.00 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 20.20 20,051.48 405.039.90 

Pullman Co 177.00 9,604.02 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 19,130.00 

Southern Express Co 92 50 7,519.33 

Western Union Telegraph Co 36.95 24,961.57 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 9,207.00 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 6 , 173 . 40 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



113 



STATEMENT W-Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. *Jjk" 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


$ 


$ 2,033.00 


(Continued.) 






12,888.00 




Total _ _ .- _ __ 








2,318,373.93 






29,305.97 
177.00 






Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


20.02 


586,705.52 




Pullman Co 


1,136.34 








92.50 


5,771.07 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




36.95 


3,366.88 




Carolina Power and Light Co. — 






21,227.39 




Cardenas Telephone Co. _ - 






125.00 




Benson Telephone Co. 






1,305.00 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






11,303.00 




Durham and Southern Railroad 


20.62 


8,218.83 


169,472.41 




Raleigh and Southport Railway 


21.75 


5,000.00 


108,750.00 










1,634.00 




Clinton and Dunn Telephone Co. _ 






30.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ 






3,528.00 




Total - - 










914,354.61 




Southern Railway _ _ 


21.58 


29,132.93 




Haywood 


628,688.75 




Southern Express Co. _ _____ 




92.50 


1,996.15 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






1,045.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 




36.95 


1,551.90 




Waynesville Telephone Co. _ __ 






3,640.00 




Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad 2.00 


2,500.00 


5,000.00 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co 






5,000.00 




Total 










646,921.80 




Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


33.13 


5,953.25 




Henderson 


197,231.18 




Pullman Co. _ _ _____ 




177.00 
92.50 


3,816.12 




Southern Express Co _____ 




3,064.53 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






2,640.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. _ _ 




36.95 


5,897.22 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 


8,323.00 




Hendersonville Light and Power Co._ 






1,210.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ 






2,2*50.40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






640.00 




Total 










225,072.45 













Corp. 



114 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Hertford . 


Chowan Motor Co. - 




$ 


$ 5,100.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ 


14.53 


29,305.97 

92.50 

36.95 

2,420.45 


425,815.74 




Southern Express Co. 


1,714.02 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




4,172.59 




Wellington and Powellsville Railroad 

Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 


4.00 


9,681.90 
1,650.00 




North State Telephone Co. _ 






4,580.00 




Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co. 






672.00 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 






21,735.00 




Pullman Co. _ 




177.00 


2,230.20 




Total- -. -_ .__ _ 








477,351.45 




Washington and Hyde Telephone Co. _ 








Hyde 


1,380.00 




Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co 






7,700.00 




Hvde County Telephone Co. _ _ _ 






2,500.00 




Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation 
Co.__ . 






2,400.00 




Total. _. ----- - 










13,980.00 




Harmony Telephone Co. ___. 








Iredell .- 


1,000.00 




Clio Telephone Co. 






1,475.00 




Amity Telephone Co. _ _ _ 






525.00 




Southern Railway 


53.20 


29,132.93 


1,549,872.60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 


28,005.00 






4.91 


16,440.24 
177.00 
92.50 


80,721.62 




Pullman Co. 


3,559.47 




Southern Express Co 


5,375.18 




Mooresville Telephone Co 




7,500.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




36.95 


6,004.38 








25,178.00 




Iredell Telephone Co. 






17,500.00 




Peoples Telephone Co 






1,046.00 




Total- _ . --.__ 












1,727,762.25 






22.81 


29,132.93 
92.50 
36.95 






664,522.30 




Southern Express Co. 


2,109.92 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




1,699.70 




Waynesville Telephone Co _____ 


360.00 




Bryson City Telephone Co 






890.00 




Total- _ - - -- - 










669,581.92 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



115 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Johnston. 



Jones. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



. Selma Telephone Co | 

: Cardenas Telephone Co. 

Johnston County Telephone Co 

North Carolina Railroad 26.24 J 46,822.19 1,228 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co j 7 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock I „ 15 



per Mile. , V alue. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 43.62 

Benson Telephone Co 

Pullman Co L 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.- 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co |__ 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Total 



.36 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad | 12.79 

Southern Express Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 



Dover and Southbound Railroad 
Total 



4.18 
18.00 



Lee. 



. Seaboard Air Line Railway 

At lantic Coast Line Railroad 

: Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

! Atlantic and Western Railroad 

Sanf ord and Troy Railroad 

, Southern Express Co 

S Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Power and Light Co 

Pullman Co . 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



22.48 
8.55 
6.93 
9.00 
6.00 



29,305.97 '1,278 
1 
177.00 



92.50 
36.95 



9,963.04 



600.00 
93.00 
,900.00 
,614.20 
,475.00 
,766.00 
,326.41 
,195.00 
,926.16 
,398.00 
,652.40 
,662.85 
,900.58 

507.00 
,511.00 
,587.00 



2,594,114.60 



20,051.48 374,823.36 

92.50 ! 1,569.73 

| 5,493.00 

! 831.38 



12,180.68 
2,000.00 



20,051.48 

29,305.97 

9,997.82 

2,000.00 

3,000.00 

92.50 

36.95 



177.00 



50,915.50 

36,000.00 

469,632.97 

450,757.27 

250,566.04 

69,285.00 

18,000.00 

18,000.00 

3,511.30 

18,675.27 

13,336.34 

3,978.96 

2,520.00 



Total 1 848,630.17 



116 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Lenoir . 



Lincoln. 



McDowell. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Express Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 



Kinston and Snow Hill Railroad. 
Total: 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railroad 

Southern Power Co 

Total 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad. 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division.. 

Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Total 



Macon. 



Madison. 



Southern Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Co. 

Oconee Telephone Co 

Tallulah Falls Railway 

Total 



Mile- Valuation 
age. per Mile. 



11.07 $29,305.97 



19.00 
6.00 



15.60 



44.47 
32.24 
13.90 



2.52 



14.50 



Laurel Telephone Co L 

Spring Creek Telephone Co ! 

Southern Railway Co | 28.40 

Pullman Co 

North Carolina Electric Power Co 

Southern Express Co 



92.50 



36.95 

12,180.68 
3,500.00 



20,051.48 
92.50 
36.95 



,248.74 



13,933.80 

29,132.93 

5,953.25 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 



29,132.93 
92.50 
36.95 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



7,471.24 



29,132.93 
177.00 



92.50 



$324,417.09 
2,456.00 
2,781.47 
9,572.00 
2,854.76 

231,432.90 
21,000.00 



594,514.23 



312,803.09 
2,82,6.80 
1,866.10 
6,919.00 

138,361.33 
17,693.00 



.32 



619,636.08 

939,245.85 

82,750.18 

5,706.48 

8,388.83 

7,393.70 



,663,121.12 



73,415.05 

1,472.60 

147.90 

3,000.00 

310.00 

108,333.00 

186,678.55 



880.00 
1,220.00 
827,375.35 
5,026.80 
6,318.00 
2,629.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



117 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



1 
County. Name of Road or Other Company. *g" 


p a er U Mi£ n aSSSU 
per Mile. Value _ 


Madison. 

(Continued.) 


Western Union Telegraph Co. 


$ 36.95 ! $ 5.249 49 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co. .. 




3,944.00 
100.00 
80.00 




Madison Telephone Co. _ . 






North Buncombe Telephone Co. 






Total 








852,822.64 






29,305.97 
92.50 
36.95 




Martin _ _ _ _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


' 52.24 


1,530,943 88 




Southern Express Co 




4,832 20 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




6,393 09 




Williamston Telephone Co. _ _ 




2,950 00 




Roanoke and Tar River Steamboat Co. 




15,000 00 












Total .. 




1,560,119 17 




Union Tank Line Co. 








Mecklenburg _ 


4,600 00 




Charlotte Power Co. _____ 






29,775 00 




Southern Railway 


34.88 
11.42 
11.90 
23.90 


29,132.93 
32,899.67 
46,822.19 
20,051.48 
177.00 


1,016,156.05 

375,714.23 

557,184.00 

479,230.37 

8,389 80 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 

North Carolina Railroad 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. 




Pullman Co._ ___.___._•__ ___ 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 




116,408 00 




Southern Express Co. _ _ _ _ 




92.50 
36.95 


7,594 25 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ . . _ 




41 ,698 44 




Charlotte Electric Railway 




200,000 00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






18,572 00 




Steel Creek Telephone Co. 






432 00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ _ _ 






3,618 04 




Southern Power Co. _ _ 






78,264 00 




Charlotte Gas and Electric Co. 






55,000 00 




Total 










2,992,636 18 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park 
Turnpike Co. _ 








MitchelL . 






808 66 




Southern Express Co. 




92.50 
36.95 

8,966.66 
3,000.00 
13,033.80 


3 671 33 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ _ 




184 75 




East Tennessee and Western North Carolina 
Railroad. 


3.00 
12.00 
39.57 


26,900.00 

36,000.00 

551,360.05 




Linville River Railway 




Carolina, Clinchfleld and Ohio Railroad 

Total 




618,924 79 













118 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Montgomery : Southern Express Co. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Troy Telephone and Electric Light Co 

Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad ! 41. 00 

Mount Gilead Telephone Co i 

Ashboro Telephone Co 

Durham and Charlotte Railroad 9.73 

Total ' 



per Mile. Value. 



$ 92.50 
36.95 



3,463.41 



2,929.20 



$ 3,792.50 

812.90 

1,400.00 

142,000.00 

3,000.00 

333.00 

28,502.00 

179,840.40 



Moore . 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 24.58 

Pullman Co 

Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co 

Southern Express Co.. ' 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad 27. 00 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 2. 50 

Randolph and Cumberland Railroad 18 . 50 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



20,051.48 
177.00 



92.50 

36.95 

3,463.41 

4,180.20 

2,364.86 



Durham and Charlotte Railroad 26.00 



Carthage and Pinehurst Railroad. 
Total 



12.80 



Nash Postal Telegraph-Cable Co I 

At lantic Coast Line Railroad j 30. 38 

Pullman Co j 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co L 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Merchants Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 



2,929.20 
2,500.00 



492,865.38 

4,350.65 

1,000.00 

6,191.03 

12,156.55 

93,512.00 

10,450.50 

43,750.00 

4,389.00 

76,159.00 

32,000.00 



776,824.11 



29,305.97 
177.00 



92.50 



36.95 



Norfolk Southern Railroad. 10.67 9,963.04 

I 
Total 



New Hanover- 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. - 
Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



.'9.68 29,305.97 
3.37 20,051.48 
177.00 
92.50 
36.95 



1,131.00 

890,315.37 

1,978.86 

7,109.00 

3,797.12 

4,787.00 

1,720.39 

500.00 

2,984.80 

106,305.60 

1,020,629.14 

869,801.19 

67,573.50 

3,003.68 

3,057.12 

i 7,834.50 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



119 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


New Hanover. _ 


New Hanover Transit Co. 


3.50 


$ 714.28 


$ 2,500.00 


(Continued.) 


Tidewater Power Co. _ 


334,900.00 




Merchants and Farmers Steamboat Co. _. 1 




4,167.00 




Carolina Transportation Co. _ 




3,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






106,963.00 




Robert Portner Brewing Co. 






1,710.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ 






603.50 




Wilmington Sewerage Co. 






40,000.00 




Wilmington Towing Co. 






20,000.00 




Onslow Telephone Co... 






660.00 




Total 










1,465,773.49 












Northampton. _ _ 


North State Telephone Co. 


2,055.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


7.03 
42.33 


29,305.97 

20,051.48 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 


206,021.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


848,779.15 




Pullman Co._. __. 


4,715.28 




Southern Express Co. ______ 




4,565.80 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 




17,436.71 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




5,041.00 




Northampton and Hertford Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 


9.00 


3,333.33 


30,000.00 
2,886.40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






951.60 




Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. _ _ 






550.00 




Total 










1,123,001.94 




Onslow Telephone Co._ _ ________ 








Onslow 


11,000.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


36.31 


29,305.97 

92.50 

36.95 

2,000.00 


1,064,099.77 




Southern Express Co. _ 


3 358 67 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




1,330.20 




Dover and Southbound Railroad 


5.40 


10,800 00 




Onslow Telephone Co.. _ __ 


9,515.00 




Total 










1,100,103 64 




North Carolina Railroad 


17.27 
10.14 


46,822.19 

2,470.31 

177.00 

92.50 




Orange 


808 619 12 




State University Railroad 


25 049 00 




Pullman Co.. _ 


3 056 78 




Southern Express Co 




2,535 43 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




3,294 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 


4,618.75 



120 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. ! ^JJJf" 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Orange 


Chapel Hill Telephone Co. _. . _. ._! 


$ 


$ 2,580.00 


{Continued.) 


Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co. _ 




298.40 




North Carolina Telephone Co.. . _ _ 1 


274.00 




Cedar Grove-Efland Telephone Co. _ 




300.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ 






1,416.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ 






1,083.60 




Orange Telephone Co. _ _ . __ 






1,627.00 




Total._ . __ -.- 










854,752.08 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 
9,963.04 




Pamlico - _ _ 


793.31 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


21.47 


213,914.00 




Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Co 


1,378.00 




Washington and Vandemere Railroad 

Southern Express Co -_ 


6.50 


2,181.25 
92.50 


14,178.12 

2,587.22 




Total _- ____- . _- 








232,850.65 




LeRoy Steamboat Co. .__ 








Pasquotank 


10,000.00 








92.50 

36.95 

9.963.04 


2,061.83 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 




960.70 




Norfolk Southern Railroad __ _ 


23.63 


235,424.75 




Elizabeth City Electric Light and Power Co._ 




2,620.00 




• 


600.00 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 




8,182.00 




Elizabeth City Sewerage Co. _ _ - -.-- L . 


1,200.00 






1,550.00 




Total - - _ -- - - - 






262,599.28 




Wallace Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ _ . L. 






150.00 






62.99 29.305.97 


1,845,983.05 








177.00 
92.50 
36.95 


4,458.62 




Southern Express Co - _ _. 


5,826.58 






12,348.60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Armour Car Lines Co.._ 




4,395.00 






8,867.00 






1,000.00 






825.00 




Total 1 






1,883,853.85 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



121 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 






County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 




Belvidere-Hertford Telephone Co. 




$ 


% 700 00 




Southern Express Co. 




92.50 

36.95 

9.963.04 


2,346.72 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 





1,182.40 




Norfolk Southern Railroad _ 


25.37 


252,760 50 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co. _ 




5,455.00 




Total _ . __- 








262,444.62 




Atlantic and Danville Railwav _ 


5.20 


10,000.00 
92.50 
36.95 






52,000 00 




Southern Express Co 


2,533 57 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




2,143 10 




North Carolina Telephone Co._ _ __ 






346.00 




Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co. ___ 




402.85 




Norfolk and Western Railway _ 


22 19 17.362 50 


385,273 88 




Pullman Co. . _ . . 




177.00 


920.40 




Morris Telephone Co . _ 




3,000.00 




Total 








446,619.80 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . _ _ 






Pitt 


2,370.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


56.49 


29,305.97 

92.50 

36.95 

2.715 53 


1,655,494.24 




Southern Express Co. _ 


8,766.22 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . 




6,363.16 




East Carolina Railway 


9 07 


24,629.86 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




15,123.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad . _ _ 


29.21 9,963.04 


291,020.50 




Southern Investment Co. _ _ 


1,142.00 




Total . _ 


i 






2,004,908.98 




Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Pullman Co. _ 


"" " 

10 00 5.953 25 




Polk 


59,532.50 






177.00 


1,770.00 




Polk County Telephone Co._. J 




1,642.00 




Southern Express Co. _ _ 




92.50 
36.95 


925.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




2,217.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


"" 1 


1,143.60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




2,202.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




270.00 




Total 


1 






69,702.10 






i 







122 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Randolph 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Libertv Telephone Co 




•~ — 


1 2,815.00 
2,340.00 




Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad _ 


30.49 


9,997.82 


304,833 65 




High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and 
Southern Railroad. 


23.74 


10,000.00 


237,400.00 






.60 


46,822.19 


28,093 20 




Randleman Telephone Co. 






2,752.00 










2,042.00 




Southern Express Co. - 




92.50 


6,366.78 




Ashboro Telephone Co.. _ 






2,167.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 




36.95 


4,060.81 




North State Telephone Co. 






137.00 




Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad. __ 


14.00 


3,463.41 


48,488.00 




Pullman Co. _ _ _ _ 




177.00 


106.20 




Southeast Guilford Telephone Co. 




45.00 










1,000.00 




Total . . 










642,646.64 






48.66 


20,051.48 






975,705.02 




Pullman Co. _ 




177.00 
92.50 


7,315.40 








4,345.65 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






17,589.00 






36.95 


22,375.44 










234.50 




Total 










1,027,565.01 




Carolina Electric Co. . 








Robeson. __ - 


2,950.00 






80.69 


29,305.97 


2,364,698.72 






30.60 


20,051.48 


613,575.29 








177.00 
92.50 


11,558.10 








15,692.63 








36.95 


17,806.21 




Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad 


10.50 


1,640.47 


17,225.00 




Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 


18.85 


4,180.20 


78,796.26 




St. Paul Telephone Co. 






328.00 










5,835.00 










400.00 






20.76 


4,816.95 


100,000.00 










6,273.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






2,670.12 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



123 



STATEMENT W-Continued. 



County. Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- i Valuation 
age. per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Robeson 

(Continued.) 


Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway 

Alma Railroad . _ _ 


19.00 $ 3,000.00 
12.00 1 000 00 


$ 57,000.00 
12,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




8,201.00 










Total 




3,312,009.33 




Southern Railway . 


21.65 
10.44 


29,132.93 

9,997.82 




Rockingham 


630,728.00 




Atlantic and Yadkin Railway 


104,377.35 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 




11,224.00 




Pullman Co 




177.00 

92.50 

36.95 

5,000.00 

17,362.50 


3,832.05 




Southern Express Co. . _ 




5,490.80 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . . 




32,946.47 




Danville and Western Railway 


7.25 


36,250.00 




Norfolk and Western Railway 

International Telephone Co. 


20.02 


347,597.25 
2,000.00 




Merchants Despatch Transportation Co. ... ... 




1,333.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. __.. 




8,524.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable £o._ . L 




2,940.60 




Good Will Telephone Co L 




312.00 




Farmers Telephone Co 




120.00 












Total . . 




1,187,675.52 












Rowan 


Cooleemee Telephone Co. 


80.00 


Southern Railway 


17.52 
20.60 
16.66 


29,132.93 

46,822.19 

5,985.37 


510,409 00 




North Carolina Railroad 


964,537 00 




Yadkin Railroad 


99,716 17 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


45,709.00 




Pullman Co. _ . . 




177.00 
92.50 
36.95 


6,747 24 




Southern Express Co. _ 




6,658 15 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




43,218.94 


Albemarle Telephone Co. _ 




1,176.00 




Gold Hill Telephone Co.- - _ 






1,000 00 




Concord Telephone Co.. 






1,000 00 




North Carolina Midland Railroad- 


17.20 


16,440.24 


282,772.13 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


4,027.00 




Yadkin River Electric Power Co. _ _ 






1,746.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. - . 






8,311.00 




Southern Power Co. _ 






42,191 00 




Independent Telephone Co. 






900 00 




Total 










2,020,198 63 













124: 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 



Rutherford. 



Sampson. 



Scotland. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- Valuation 
age. per Mile. 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 27.21 $13,933.80 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division 24.90 . 5,953.25 

Seaboard Air Line Railway J 20.42 20,051.48 



Cliff side Railroad 

Ellenboro Telephone Co 

Southern Express Co 

Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Forest City Telephone Co 

Rutherf ordton Telephone Co 

Piedmont Telephone Co 

Green River Telephone Co 

Boiling Springs Telephone Co 

Total 



3.00 3,466. 



Wallace Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad j 49.35 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co ' 

Clinton-Dunn Telephone Co 

Garland-Clinton Telephone Co 

Sampson Telephone Co 

Teachey's Dell Telephone Co 

Total 



Laurinburg and Southern Railroad 

Pullman Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North and South Carolina Railroad 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 

Total 



18.00 



10.03 
20.71 



1.25 



92.50 



36.95 



29,305.97 
92.50 
36.95 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$379,138.70 

148,235.95 

409,451.22 

10,400.00 

320.00 

6,777.48 

2,000.00 

4,337.93 

1,625.00 

2,000.00 

267.00 

500.00 

100.00 



965,153.28 



4,000.00 

177.00 

29,305.97 

20,051.48 

92.50 



1.95 



4,180.20 



450.00 
1,446,249.62 
4,563.88 
3,547.20 
1,121.00 
1,000.00 
2,695.00 
2,200.00 

290.00 



1,462,116.70 



72,000.00 

3,255.02 

293,938.88 

415,266.15 

3,120.95 

12,354.00 

4,951.30 

2,325.60 

2,991.15 

1,900.00 

5,225.25 



817,328.30 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



125 



STATEMENT W-Continued. 



County. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



i Yadkin Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Albemarle Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norwood Electric and Water Co. 

Southern Power Co 

Whitney Co 

Total 



Rural Telephone Co 

Quaker Gap Telephone Co 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co 

Total 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



23.19 J $5,985.37 
I 92.50 



36.95 



20.80 



9,997.82 
92.50 



Mount Airy Telephone Co. 

Southern Railway 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Woodlawn Telephone Co 

Siloam Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Mount Airy and Eastern Railway 

Total 



10.67 



36.95 
17,362.50 



33.13 29,132.93 
17.40 I 9,997.82 
92.50 



! 36.95 

5.00 1,500.00 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$138,800.75 
2,746.32 
3,824.00 
1,293.25 
1,612.00 
39,469.00 
40,000.00 



227,745.32 



279.00 

960.00 

207,954.66 

2,910.97 

5,622.00 

3,140.75 

185,257.87 

2,400.00 



408,525.25 



6,000.00 

965,174.30 

173,962.57 

4,674.02 

1,870.00 

100.00 

814.00 

2,512.60 

7,500.00 



1,162,607.49 



Appalachian Railway ! 6.21 

Bryson City Telephone Co i 

Southern Railway 38.77 

Smoky Mountain Railway 4.20 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Railway.- 13.90 
Total 



3,500.00 



29,132.93 1 

3,500.00 

92.50 | 

36.95 : 

3,000.00 

1 



21,735.00 

3,110.00 

,129,483.98 

14,700.00 

3,586.23 

2,882.10 

41,700.00 

217,197.31 



126 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Transylvania 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Southern Express Co. _ _ _ 


30.53 


$ 5,953.25 
92.50 


$181,752.73 
2,824 02 




Total - 








184,576.75 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




36.95 
92.50 




Tyrrell _. 


258 65 




Southern Express Co. 




647 50 




Tyrrell County Telephone Co._ 




3,766 00 




Norf oik Southern Railroad ._ 


7.00 


9,963.04 


69,741.40 




Total _ ______ 




74,413.55 




Seaboard Air Line Railway _ _ 


39.90 


20,051.48 
177.00 




Union 


800,054 05 




Pullman Co _ _ _ _ _ 


7,062.30 




Monroe Telephone Co. ___. __ 




7,600.00 




Southern Express Co _ _ _ 




92.50 


3,690 75 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




4,655.00 




Union Telephone Co. _ 






5,000.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






15,644.63 




Southern Power Co __ ____ 






43,552.00 




Total . - 










887,258.73 




Southern Railway __'_____ 


7.10 
28.16 


29,132.93 

20,051.48 

177.00 

92.50 




Vance 


206,843.95 






564,649 68 




Pullman Co. 


3,656.82 




Southern Express Co _ _ _ 




3,261.55 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 




1,210.00 








36.95 


15,105.90 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 




12,538.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,963.65 






7.30 


3,786.41 


27,640.77 




Total ______ _ _ ___ _ 


' 








838,870.32 




North Carolina Railroad _ _ 


27.52 
42.65 
28.07 
27.41 
.37 
17.25 


46,822.19 
20,051.48 
8,218.83 
9,963.04 
4,993.45 
5,000.00 
177.00 




Wake . 


1,288,546.60 






855,195.62 






230,702.56 






273,087.00 




Durham and South Carolina Railroad 

Raleigh and Southport Railway. 


1,846.60 
86,250.00 




Pullman Co. _ _ 


12,248.40 




Clayton Telephone Co 




689.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



127 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation JggL 
per Mile. | vf^ 


Wake 


Capital City Telephone Co 




$ 


$ 75,000.00 


(Continued.) 


Wake Water Co. ._ _ _ ___ - 






25,000.00 




Southern Express Co. _ 




92.50 


13,218.25 
2,782.00 
46,899.16 
11,414.00 
30,000.00 




Cardenas Telephone Co. - 








Western Union Telegraph Co._ 








Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 








Standard Gas and Electric Co. 








Union Tank Line ______ 






5,600.00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






1,809.00 




Cudahy Milwaukee Refrigerator Line 






200.00 




Carolina Power and Light Co.. _ _ _ _ 






83,899.73 




Street's Western Stable Car Line . 






250.00 




Raleigh Telephone Co. _ _ 






7,500.00 




Cudahy Packing Co. _ _ _ 






500.00 




Union Refrigerator Transit Co. of Wisconsin 
Cape Fear Telephone Co. _ _ 






1,205.00 








1,025.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co _ 






2,209.20 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co _ _ 






9,103.85 




Southern Cotton Oil Co.._ 






5,100.00 




Total -. 










3,071,280.97 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. 


31.03 


20,051.48 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 

3,146.00 




Warren . . _ 


622,197 42 




Pullman Co , 


5,529 48 




Southern Express Co. _ 




2,870.27 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ _ _ . _ 




13,449 80 




Warrenton Railroad 


3.00 


9,440 00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ _ _ 


14,412.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. _ 






4,489.35 




Roanoke River Telephone Co. 


3.00 


3,786.41 


11 359 33 




Total 






683,747.65 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


3.87 


29,305.97 
92.50 
36.95 




Washington __ 


113,414.10 
6,091 12 




Southern Express Co. _, _ _ 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ _ 




1,662 75 




Tyrrell County Telephone Co._ 




1,884 00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


58.31 


9,963.04 


580 945 00 




Total _'_ 






703,996 97 













128 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age-. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Watauga 


Boone and Blowing Rock Turnpike Co 

Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park 
Turnpike Co. _ _ 




$ 


$ 1,000.00 
2,156.00 




Watauga Telephone Co 






800.00 




Total. __- _ _ __ _ 










3,956.00 




Fremont Telephone Co. _ _ 








Wayne. 


1,500.00 






10.47 
38.52 


46,822.19 

29,305.97 

177.00 

92.50 

36.95 

12,180.68 


490,228.30 






1,128,865.97 




Pullman Co. _ __ _ 


7,391.52 




Southern Express Co 




4,376.18 




Western Union Telegraph Co. __ 




16,122.02 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 


10.82 


131,794 95 




Goldsboro Traction Co. - _ 


10,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






26,209.00 




Armour Car Lines Co.__ 






8,867.00 


1 


Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






4,011.00 




Total . _____ __ 










1,829,365.94 




Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turnpike Co._ 








Wilkes 


743.00 




Southern Railway _ _ 


18.11 


29,132.93 
92.50 
36.95 


527,597.55 




Southern Express Co 


1,675.17 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ _ 




665.10 




Horton Telephone Co _ 




2,118.00 




Yadkin Flume Co _. __ 






300.00 




Total _ 










533,098.82 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


31.27 


29,305.97 




Wilson 


916,397.68 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. __ __ _ 


1,668.00 




Pullman Co. 




177.00 


5,534.78 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 




12,762.00 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 






36,798.00 




Southern Express Co __ 




92.50 


5,051.43 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




6,734.40 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


23.34 


9,963.04 
36.95 


232,537.50 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ 


15,806.10 




Total 








1,233,289.89 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



129 



STATEMENT W— Continued. 



County 



Yadkin. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- Valuation 
i age. per Mile. 



Yadkin Bridge Co $. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. L_. 

Total _.. 



Total 

\.ssessei 
Value. 



Yancey . 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad. 

Burnsville Telephone Co 

Southern Express Co 

Total 



5.36 I 13,933.80 



7,200.00 
3,060.00 
10,260.00 

74,685.17 
500.00 

495.80 



75,680.97 



Corp. 2 9 



130 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— List of Towns, with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1910. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 






1.00 


$20,051.48 


$ 20,051 48 




Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad __ 


.50 


3,463.41 


1,731.70 






.65 


4,180.20 


2,717 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. .- . 






184.75 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






178.00 






.70 


16,440 24 


11,508 17 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


.46 
1.00 


29,305.97 
2,420.45 


13,480.74 




Wellington and Powellsville Railroad 


2,420.45 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






68.36 




North State Telephone Co. _ 






750.00 






1.00 


5,985.37 


5,985.37 










29.56 




Albemarle Telephone Co. - 






2,500.00 




Southern Railway __ __ 


1.00 


29,132.93 


29,132.93 




Southern Railway __ _ . 


1.00 


29,132.93 


29,132.93 






1.53 


29,132.93 


44,573.50 






.50 


1,296.26 


648.13 




Durham and Southern Railroad _ _ 


1.00 


8,218.83 


8,218.83 




Cardenas Telephone Co. _ - 


60.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway _ - 


1.04 


20,051.48 


20,853.54 










232.79 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






936.00 




Cape Fear Telephone Co _ 






500.00 




Durham and Southern Railroad. 


.94 


8,218.83 


7,725.70 




North State Telephone Co -_ - 






105.00 


Ashboro 


High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and South- 
ern Railroad _ — _ - . 


.41 


10,000.00 


4,100.00 






.50 


3,463.41 


1,731.70 










39.54 










2,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






11.00 






3.04 


29,132.93 


88,564.20 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






1,174.27 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



131 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Asheville 

(Continued.) 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




$ — 


$ 313.60 


Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






121,094.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




132.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co - L . ... 




253.00 




Pender Telephone Co.. _ _ 




150.00 






.85 


29,305.97 


24,910.07 




North State Telephone Co.. _. - - 






700.00 




Washington and Vandemere Railroad. 


1.25 


2,181.25 


2,726.56 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _ 


.60 


29,305.97 


17,583.58 




Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co 




30.00 






36 


29,305.97 


10,550.15 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






1,292.60 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- 






11 08 


Bailey.. . _ . - 


Norfolk Southern Railroad - - 


.74 


9,963.04 


7,372.65 


Battleboro. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ 


.50 


29,305.97 


14,652.98 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ . 






274.17 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






156.80 




Norfolk Southern Railroad _ . 


74 


9,963 04 


7,372 65 




Western Union Telegraph Co _ . - 






8.13 


Beaufort - - 


Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






129 . 26 




Beaufort Telephone Co _ -_. 




1,000.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad _ — 


.74 


9,963.04 


7,372.65 


Belhaven . _ 


Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co. 






3,360.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — _ 


1.25 


9,963.04 


12,453.80 


Belmont 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 

Piedmont Telephone Co . . 


1.33 


32,899.67 


43,756.55 
500.00 


Benson. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


50 


29,305.97 


14,652.98 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ __ 






110.85 




Benson Telephone Co. . _ _ 






600.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




139.20 



132 



3ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Bessemer City 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 


2.96 


$32,899.67 


$ 97,383.05 
1,662.75 




Piedmont Telephone Co. . _ _ 






500.00 


Bethel 




.27 


29,305.97 


7,912 61 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- 


69.83 


Biltmore 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


.28 
.24 


5,953.26 
29,132.93 


1,661.91 
6,991.90 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 


21.60 




Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad _ 


1.00 
.51 


3,463.41 
29,305.97 


3,463.41 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ 


14,946.05 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


195.84 


Black Mountain. 


Southern Railway _ _ _ 


1.00 
1.05 

.37 


29,132.93 

29,305.97 

4,993.45 


29,132.93 






30,771.27 
1,846.60 


Bonsai 


Durham and South Carolina Railroad 

Cape Fear Telephone Co. _ 




225 00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.04 


20,051.48 


20,853 54 


Boone 


Watauga Telephone Co _ _ 


100 00 


Booneville 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






132.00 


Bostic 


Forest City Telephone Co. _ _ _ . _ _ 






100 00 


Bowden 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






89.00 


Boyette 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


.50 
.80 
.39 
.60 
1.00 


29,305.97 
5,953.25 
9,963.04 
2,000.00 

29,132.93 


14,652 98 


Brevard 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 


4,762.60 


Bridgeton__ 


3,885 58 


Broadway 


Atlantic and Western Railway 


1,200.00 


Bryson City 


Southern Railway 


29,132.93 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 


29.56 




Bryson City Telephone Co 






1,500.00 


Buie's Creek 


Benson Telephone Co 






50.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



133 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 






2.00 


$29,305.97 


$ 58,611 94 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


121 94 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






177 00 




Pender Telephone Co. 






50.00 


Burlington 


North Carolina Railroad 


2.00 


46,822.19 


93,644 38 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ _ 


135.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- . _ _ 






438.23 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






161.60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






12,435 00 


Cameron ._ 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.20 
.50 


20,051.48 
2,364.86 


24,061 78 




Randolph and Cumberland Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co._ 


1,182.43 
274 91 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






66 00 


Candor 


Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad 


.50 

.87 


3,463.41 
29,132.93 


1,731 70 


Canton _ 


Southern Railway _. 


25 345 65 




Western' Union Telegraph Co. - 


21 06 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co 






5,000 00 


Caroleen 


Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. ___ 






1,300.00 


Carthage - _ 


Carthage and Pinehurst Railroad . 


.63 
1.00 

1.00 
1.10 


2,560.00 
2,364.86 

46,822.19 
20,051.48 


1,613 00 


Cary .. . 


Randolph and Cumberland Railroad 

North Carolina Railroad 


2,364.86 
46,822 19 




Seaboard Air Line Railway- 


22,056 63 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- - ____. 


1,021 30 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






53 60 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






1,210 00 


Catawba - 


Southern Railway ______ 


.96 


29,132.93 


27 967 65 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 


144 00 


Cedar Falls. 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






95.00 


Cerro Gordo _ . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.- . 


1.10 
4.00 


29,305.97 
29,305.97 


32 236 57 


Chadbourn_. _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . ___ _ 


117,223 88 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 


165 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






333.66 



134 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Chapel Hill. 



Charlotte. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Southern Railway 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad __. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Cherry ville. 
China Grove 

Chocowinity 

Clarkton 

Claremont-- 

Clarendon.. 
Clayton 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

North Carolina Midland Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Concord Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Washington and Aurora Telephone Co 



Mile- 
age. 



4.91 
3.52 
2.72 
3.68 



1.00 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



1.00 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. _ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

•I At lantic Coast Line Railroad 



Cleveland . 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 

Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



1.30 



1.00 



29,132.93 
32,899.67 
46,822.19 
20,051.48 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



20,051.48 



46,822.19 



9,963.04 



20,051.48 



29,132.93 



1.00 ! 29,305.97 
1.06 i 46,822.19 



.75 ! 29,132.93 



$ 2,013.00 
122.00 

143,042.70 

115,806.85 

127,356.35 

73,789.45 

2,835.54 

580.00 

4,914.00 

100,457.00 

20,051.48 

1,000.00 

42.85 

46,822.19 

1,373.80 

400.00 

134.00 

11,951.95 
500.00 

27,671.04 
147.43 

29,132.93 
147.80 
132.00 

29,305.97 

49,631.52 

334.03 

88.80 

1,465.00 

78.00 

21,849.70 

196.57 

1,520.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



135 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Clinton _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ 


.45 


$29,305.97 


$ 13,187 69 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 


12.19 




Garland -Clinton Telephone Co _ _ 






590.00 


Clyde 


Southern Railway _ _ _ 


.63 


29,132.93 


18,353.75 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


26.97 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co ' 




67.00 




Waynesville Telephone Co. _ _ 






50.00 


Coats. . _ 


Benson Telephone Co 






50.00 




Durham and Southern Railroad 




.64 


8,218.83 


5,260.00 


Colfax ______ 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Tyrrell County Telephone Co.. _ 


160 00 


Columbia 






375.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


.60 


9,963.04 


5,977.83 


Columbus __ _ _ 


Polk County Telephone Co. _ 


164.00 


Concord __ 


North Carolina Railroad.. _ 


1.46 


46,822.19 


68,360 40 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 


809.57 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. ' _ 




187.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 




734.80 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Concord Telephone Co. _ _ 






1,265.00 








2,200.00 


Conetoe 




.57 


29,305.97 


16,704.40 
46 56 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . . 


Connelly Springs 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 






150 00 


Conoho . 


1.00 
1.04 


29,305.97 
29,132.93 


29,305.97 

30,298.25 
184 75 


Conover 


Southern Railway _ 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. . 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






132 00 


Cornelius __ 


Southern Railway . . 


1.13 


29,132.93 


32 920 25 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 


598.00 


Council _ _ . 


1.00 
.91 


20,051.48 ; 
9,963.04 


20,051.48 

9,066.37 
147.80 


Cove 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 




Western Union Telegraph Co 



136 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Creedmoor 

Creswell... 

Cronly 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Davidson . 

Dillsboro-. 

Dobson — 
Dover 

Durham _ _ 



Dudley. 



Dunn. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Southside Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 



Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad. _. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway 
Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ — 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Siloam Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 



Dover and Southbound Railroad- _ . 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Mile- 
age. 



.85 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



20,051.48 



9,963.04 
20,051.48 



1.17 



1.51 



1.00 



.50 



Southern Railway 

North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Interstate Telephone Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
North Carolina Telephone Co 



.83 
2.33 

.94 
1.27 



20,051.48 

9,248.74 



29,132.93 



29,132.93 



12,180.68 
2,000.00 



29,132.93 
46,822.19 
20,051.48 
17,362.50 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ! .69 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.- 1 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad j 1.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co 1. 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$ 150.00 
17,043.76 

10.35 
2,789.65 

16,642.73 
122.00 

19,249.42 

10,821.00 
28.08 

43,990.75 

67.62 

2,103.00 

29,132.93 
24.76 

10.00 

16,565.72 
1,000.00 

387.78 

24,180.35 
109,095.70 

18,848.40 

22,050.38 
270.10 

54,927.00 
106.00 
235.40 
264.00 
110.00 

20,221.12 
112.00 

29,305.97 
221.70 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



137 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- Valuation 
age. per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Dunn 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 




$ •. 


$ 218.60 


(Continued.) 


Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ . 






2,332 00 




Durham and Southern Railroad 


.73 


8,218.83 


5,999 75 


Earles 


Western Union Telegraph Co._ _ - 






36.95 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






198 00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad __ 


1 66 9,963 04 


16,538 65 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co.. . -_ -. - ._ _ 




3,500.00 


Edwards 


Washington and Vandemere Railroad 


1.00 1 2,181.25 


2,181.25 


Efland 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






78 00 


Elizabeth City 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 


2.74 


9,963 04 


27,298 73 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone Co. . _ _ 






7,500 00 


Elizabethtown. _ 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






50 00 


Elkin 


Southern Railway 


2 00 


29,132 93 


58,265 86 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. .. 






34 36 


Elk Park 


East Tennessee and Western North Carolina 
Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 


.50 


8,966.66 


4,483.33 

44 34 


Ellenboro 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051 48 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






55 79 




Ellenboro Telephone Co.. 






85 00 


Elon College 


North Carolina Railroad. 


.69 


46,822.19 


32,307.91 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






157 00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






62 40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . . 






48 00 




Gibsonville Telephone Co. _ _ 






50.00 


Elm City._ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


.53 


29,305 97 


15 532 16 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






527 18 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. > 




173 60 


Enfield 




1 00 


29,305.97 


29,305.97 
703.53 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


. .. 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co . 




149 00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co L. 




745.00 



138 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Everetts 

Fair Bluff. - 

Fairmont- -- 
Faison 

Faith 

Farmville _ _ 

Fayetteville 

Forest ville.. 
Forest City- 
Fountains. _ 
Four Oaks.. 

Franklin 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Gold Hill Telephone Co. 



Southern Investment Co... 

East Carolina Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Forest City Telephone Co 



East Carolina Railway. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Tallulah Falls Railway 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Co. 



.83 



$29,305.97 



1.00 



29,305.97 



1.05 



4.21 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 



2,715.53 
9,963.04 

29,305.97 



20,051.48 



2.00 5,953.25 
1.25 20,051.48 



1.00 2,715.53 
.53 I 29,305.97 



14 ! 7,471.24 



5 24,323.96 
29.56 

29,305.97 
166.00 
186.23 

30,771.28 
312.00 

19,928.06 
247.56 
100.00 

55.00 

500.00 
2,416.82 
5,678.94 

123,378.13 

920.00 

450.00 

253.40 

10,871.00 

17,645.30 

264.00 

1,110.35 

164.70 

11,906.50 

25,064.31 

30.67 

700.00 

2,715.53 

15,532.16 
126.37 
160.80 

1,046.00 
1,490.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



139 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Franklinton 



Franklinville 
Fremont 

Garland 

Garner 

Garysburg.. 

Gastonia 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Mile- 
age. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Fremont Telephone Co 



Garland-Clinton Telephone Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. . 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Clayton Telephone Co 



Gatesville. 
Germanton 
Gibson 



Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _ 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad . . 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

North State Telephone Co 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 



Gibsonville. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North and South Carolina Railroad 



.90 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



$20,051.48 



1.00 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.00 



1.00 
.51 

2.00 
1.00 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 



$ 19,249.42 
155.19 
445.00 
193.85 
110.00 

95.00 

38,097.76 
232.78 
357.00 

150.00 

29,305.97 

73.90 

84.00 



46,822.19 j 46,822.19 
65.00 



j 150.00 

20,051.48 | 20,051.48 
29,305.97 14,946.05 



32,899.34 
9,248.74 



.50 j 9,997.82 



29,305.97 
20,051.48 



.50 



. 63 



2,021.27 



46,822.19 



65,799.34 

9,248.74 

446.00 

1,990.50 

7,500.00 

992.00 

33.00 

25.00 

4,998.91 

10,843.21 
17,043.75 

1,693.00 
50.00 

1,010.63 

29,497.99 
234.00 



140 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Gibsonville 

{Continued.) 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co. . _ 


$ 


$ 77.60 
960 00 


Glen Alpine 




1 00 


29,132 93 


29,132 93 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






89 00 


Gold Hill 




28 


5,985.37 


1,675 90 




Gold Hill Telephone Co.. __. . . __ __ - 




140.00 


Godwin. _ _ _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ... 


.50 


29,305.97 


14,652.98 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






88 68 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 






156.00 






.70 


46,822 19 


32,775 55 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


1.90 


29,305.97 


55,681.34 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division. __..__ 


.89 


12,180.68 


10,840.81 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






1,047.53 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






16,178.00 


Graham _ 


Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






298.21 




North Carolina Railroad _ _ 


1.45 


46,822.19 


67,892.20 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






87.20 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






198.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






45.36 


Granite Falls 


Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Lenoir Electric Co. .... 


1.00 


9,248.74 


9,248.74 
25.00 


Granite Quarry .. 


Yadkin Railroad _ _ _ _ 


.79 


5,985.37 


4,728.50 


Greensboro _ 


Southern Railway _ 


1.80 


29,132.93 


52,439.30 






2.85 
2.11 


9,997.82 
46,822.19 


28,493.80 




North Carolina Railroad ... _ . 


98,794.85 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . . 






525.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


1 


4,212.67 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 




604.20 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


. . i 


107,153.00 




North State Telephone Co. _ 




200.00 


Greenville 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ . . 


.90 


29,305.97 


26,375.37 




Western Union Telegraph Co 







55.42 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



141 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Greenville 

(Continued.) 


Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad _ _ _ 




1.46 


$ 

9,963.04 


$ 2,908.00 
14,546.04 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


62.50 


Grift on _ _ . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


.86 


29,305.97 


25,203.13 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


53.95 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






258.00 


Grimesland 


Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






258.00 


Grover 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 


.50 


32,899.67 


16,449.83 
452.27 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






260.80 




Piedmont Telephone Co 






400.00 


Guilford College. - 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 






195.00 


Halifax 


.70 


29,305.97 


20,514.18 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ 


397.95 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






194.00 


Hamlet 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


3.00 


20,051.48 


60,154.44 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . _ . 


3,924.00 


Hampton 

Hassell 


.57 
.31 


5,953.25 
29,305.97 


3,393.00 
9,084.85 


Haw River 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Southern Railway _ 


262.00 


Hazlewood 


.50 

.36 
2.05 


29,132.93 

29,132.93 
20,051.48 


14,566.46 


Henderson 


Southern Railway _ _ . 


10,487.60 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


41,105.53 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. ._ 


566.81 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ 






380.00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






5,170.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






440.00 


Henderson ville 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 


2.91 


5,953.25 


17,323.95 
335.14 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






258.00 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






6,455.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . . 







264.00 




... 





70.00 



142 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Henrietta- 
Hertford . - 

Hickory. __ 

Hiddenite. 
HighlandS- 
High Point 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad. 



Hildebran. 



Hillsboro. 



Hobgood. 



Hoff man . 



Holly Springs. 



Hope Mills. 



Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co 



Southern Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Hickory Electric Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Mile- 
age. 



.52 



2.04 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Southern Railway 



1.61 



High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and South- 
ern Railroad 



.95 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Orinoco Telephone Co 



. 2.44 



Southern Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

North Carolina Railroad 

North Carolina Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.00 



.13 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Durham and Southern Railway 

Cardenas Telephone Co 



.«)■! 



1.00 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



1.50 



,963.04 



29,132.93 



9,284.74 



29,132.93 



10,000.00 
46,822.19 



29,132.93 



46,822.19 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 



8,218.83 



29,305.97 



Total 
^.ssessei 
Value. 



$ 550.00 
5,180.78 
1,500.00 

59,431.20 
132.00 

14,890.40 

3,500.00 

400.91 

145.00 

27,676.27 

13,800.00 

114,246.15 

1,640.58 

222.50 

15,230.00 

23,159.00 

60.00 

29,132.93 
78.00 

6,086.75 
37.00 
37.69 
96.00 
168.00 

27,547.61 
221.70 

21,655.60 
166.00 

8,218.83 
50.00 

43,958.95 
342.90 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



143 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Hope Mills 

(Continued.) 

Hot Springs _ _ 

Hudson 

Huntersville.- 

Jackson 

Jacksonville __ 

Jamesville 

Jefferson 

Jerome 

Jonesboro 

Kelford 

Kenansville _ . 
Kenly 

Kernersville _ _ 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Lenoir Electric Co 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Onslow Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Williamston Telephone Co. . _ 



Horton Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _. 
Atlantic and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co._ 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway ._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Hallsville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Kernersville Telephone Co. _ _ 



.47 



4,180.20 
29,132.93 



1.00 



29,132. 



.64 29,305.97 



.57 29,305.97 



$ 91.20 
1,964.70 

31,463.60 
118.24 

25.00 

29,132.93 
33.25 
166.00 

969.00 

18,755.82 

26.23 

440.00 

16,704.40 
47.67 
175.00 

100.00 



.50 

1.00 
.81 



29,305.97 14,652.99 



29,305.97 
2,000.00 



29,305.97 
20,051.48 



.67 



1.29 



29,305.97 



29,132.93 



29,305.97 

1,620.00 

108.63 

16,411.35 

8,020.59 

166.28 

75.00 

19,635.00 
147.43 
151.60 
300.00 

37,581.50 
167.01 
900.00 



144 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



1 

Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


1 
Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Kernersville _ _ 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




$ 


$ 77.00 


(Continued.) 


Good Will Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ 






31.25 


Kings Mountain _ 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 


1.53 


32,899.67 


50,336.50 
1,174 27 




Piedmont Telephone Co. -_ _ ._ 






2,500.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 






422.40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






215.50 


\ 
Kittrell 


Seaboard Air Line Railway. __ 


.30 


20,051.48 


6,015.44 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






111.22 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ 


. . ... 




258.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






770.00 


Keyser 


Seaboard Air Line Railway- 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051.48 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ 






275.30 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






231 00 






.36 


29,305 97 


10,550 15 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division. 


1.06 


12,180.68 


12,911.52 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ... 






286.73 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 






8,043.00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. __ _ 






194.00 


LaGrange 


Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 


.86 


12,180.68 


10,475.40 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ ___ 






53.95 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. __ 






1,000.00 


Landis_ _ _ _ _ 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






67.00 


Lattimore 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


1.00 


5,953.25 


5,953.25 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051.48 




Lattimore Telephone Co. . 






155.00 




. 


.50 


2,759.38 


1,379.69 


Laurinburg 


Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


1.25 


20,051.48 


25,064.31 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






221.70 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






5,697.00 




Laurinburg and Southern Railroad 


1.25 


4,000.00 


5,000.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



145 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Danville and Western Railway _ 


.34 


$ 5,000.00 


$ 1,700 00 






895 00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Caldwell and Northern Railroad 






122.00 


Lenoir _ _ . 


.58 
1.38 


4,088.94 
9,248.74 


2,371.58 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co._ - _ 


12,763.23 
21.06 




Lenoir Electric Co _ _ . 




2,663.00 


Leicester. _ _ 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




212.00 




Leicester Telephone Co _ __ _ 




400.00 


Lexington 


North Carolina Railroad _ 


1.85 


46,822.19 


86,621.05 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 


729.39 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 




150.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




422 40 




Lexington Telephone Co. - __ 






4,450.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad _ 






100.00 


Liberty . . 


1.43 


9,997.82 


14,296.90 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 


86.46 




Liberty Telephone Co _ _ . 






965.00 


Lilesville _ 


Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051.48 




Western Union Telegraph Co. - 


295.60 




Wadesboro Telephone Co. 






1,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






166.00 


Lillington 


Benson Telephone Co.- _. 






300.00 


Lincolnton 


Seaboard Air Line Railway. _ 


1.80 
2.12 


20,051.48 

9,248.74 


36,092 66 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Piedmont Telephone Co.. __ 


19,607.25 
3,500.00 


- ' 


Western Union Telegraph Co.. - _. 






105.31 


Louisburg. _ _ 


Seaboard Air Line Railway. . 


.55 


20,051.48 


11,028 31 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


2,262.00 


Littleton 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.50 


20,051.48 


30,077.22 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . 


345.85 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co i 




200.00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 




969.00 



Corp. 2 10 



146 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Long View Southern Railway . 



Lowell. 



Lucama- 



Lumberton. 



Lumber Bridge 



Macon . 



Macclesfield . 



Madison- 



Magnolia. 



Maiden . 



Manly . 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Virginia and Carolina Southern 

Raleigh and Charleston Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

East Carolina Railway 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 
Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Halls ville Telephone Co 



Carolina and Northwestern Railroad . 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Manteo Southern Investment Co. 



1.25 



.53 



1.00 



.50 
.47 



1.00 



. 85 



.50 

.56 
2.79 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 



J29.132.93 
32,899.67 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 



3,000.00 
4,816.95 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 



2,715.94 

9,997.82 
17,362.50 



29,305.97 



9,248.74 



20,051.48 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



147 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Margarettsville. 
Marion 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 



1.00 I $20,051.48 



Southern Railway 

Southern Railway — Carolina Division. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 1 



Marshall . 



Marshville. 



Matthews. 



Maysville. 



Maxton. 



Mayodan.. 
McFarland 

Mebane 



Merry Oaks. 



Micro. 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



1.52 
.60 



29,132.93 
5,953.25 



1.03 I 29,132.93 



1.00 20,051.48 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ 
Farmers Rural Telephone Co 



Norfolk and Western Railway 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _ 
Western Union Telegraph Co._ 



North Carolina Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 
Cape Fear Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co | 



1.50 I 20,051.48 



.93 



29,305.97 



1.02 

1.28 



29,305.97 
20,051.48 



1.10 



.00 



1.00 



.74 



.50 



17,362.50 
29,305.97 



46,822.19 



20,051.48 



29,305.97 



$ 20,051.48 

44,282.10 

3,571.95 

162.58 

30,006.95 
158.15 

20,051.48 
177.00 

30,077.22 
258.65 
243.00 

27,254.55 

258.00 

33.25 

29,892.09 

25,665.90 

234.26 

321.00 

1,210.00 

154.00 

19,098.75 

29,305.97 
70.94 

46,822.19 
72.00 
134.86 
144.00 
115.00 

14,838.10 
70.00 

14,652.98 
140.00 



148 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Middleburg. 


Seaboard Air Line Railway- 


1.00 


$20,051.48 


$ 20,051.48 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. - ! 






387.78 


Middlesex. | 


Norfolk Southern Railroad _ 


.75 


9,963.04 


7,472.28 


• 
Milton 


Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






9.61 




Yancey ville Telephone Co... 






75.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


.50 


20,051.48 


10,025.74 


Mocksville 


North Carolina Midland Railroad-- _ 


1.78 


16,440.24 


29,263.65 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






18.47 




Mocksville Telephone Co - _ _. 






180.00 


Monroe 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


2.40 


20,051.48 


48,123.55 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






334.77 




Monroe Telephone Co.- _ _ _ _ 






7,600.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






232.00 


Montezuma 


Linville Railway _ - _ 


1.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Mooresboro 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


1.00 


5,953.25 


5,953.25 


Morehead City — 


Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 


2.78 


12,180.68 


33,862.30 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ _ _ . 






78.70 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






517.00 




Morehead City Telephone Co 






800.00 


Mooresville__ _ 


Southern Railway 


2.02 


29,132.93 


58,848.52 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






62.81 




Mooresville Telephone Co. 






5,445.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






144.00 




North Carolina Midland Railroad- _ 


.20 


16,440.24 


3,288.05 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






6,366.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co __ 






211.35 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






782.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






118.24 










45.60 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


1.00 


29,305.97 


29,305.97 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


36.95 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



149 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


! Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Mortimer ____ 


Caldwell and Northern Railroad. 


2.00 


$ 4,088.94 


$ 8,177.88 


Mount Airy _ - 


Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. . _ _ _ 


2.01 


9,997.82 


20,095.60 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






117.13 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


110.00 




Mount Airy Telephone Co.. ._ ..!. . __■ 


5,880.00 


Mount Gilead. 


Mount Gilead Telephone Co. _ ... 


1,622.00 


Mount Holly 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.50 


20,051.48 


26,066.94 




Piedmont Telephone Co. 






500.00 




Western Union Telephone Co. _ _ _ 


! 




36.95 


Mount Olive- 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . _ 


.90 


29,305.97 


26,375.38 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . 






195.83 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






4,292.00 


Mount Pleasant . 


Concord Telephone Co. 






320.00 


Murphy 


Southern Railway 


83 


29,132 93 


24,180 35 




Louisville and Nashville Railway 


1.24 


6,023.79 


7,469.50 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ 






30.67 


Murf reesboro 


North State Telephone Co. . 






925.00 


Nashville. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


K7 


29,305.97 


19,635.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . _ _ 






34.76 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ _ 






129.00 


New Bern. . _ _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


1.20 


29,305.97 


35,167.16 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ . _ 






70.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 


1.17 


12,180.68 


14,251.40 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ... 






334.77 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






9,690.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad . _ . 


.54 


9,963.04 


5,380.04 


New Hill 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






782.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.50 


20,051.48 


30,077.22 


New London - _ _ 


Yadkin Railroad . 


1.65 


5,985.37 


9,875.90 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






24.76 


Newport 


Norfolk Southern Railroad — Atlantic and 
North Carolina Division 


1.02 


12,180.68 


12,424.29 



150 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Newport 


Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ 




$ 


$ 51 73 


(Continued.) 


Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






258 00 


Newton. 


Southern Railway . 


.47 
2.10 


29,132.93 

9,248.74 


13,692 50 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 


19,422.30 
211.35 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






2,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Southern Railway. 






254 00 


North Wilkesboro 


1.49 


29,132.93 


43,408.10 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ _ _ 


36.95 




I 




1,260.00 


Norwood _ _ 


Yadkin Railroad 


.35 


5,985.37 


2,094.88 




Norwood Electric and Water Co. _ _ 


1,663.00 


Oakley 

Oak City 

Old Fort . _ 




.45 

1.00 

.76 


29,305.97 
29,305.97 
29,132.93 


13,187.69 




29,305.97 




22,141.03 






103.46 


Ore Hill 




1.82 


9,997.82 


18,196.00 






81.00 






.51 


9,963.04 


5,081.15 






18.85 






1.00 

.70 
.57 


29,305.97 

29,132.93 
6,552.10 


29,305.97 




. 


20,393.06 






3,734.70 






146.32 










2,585.00 






.45 

.79 

2.36 


29,305.97 
29,305.97 
29,305.97 


13,187.69 






23,151.72 


Parmele 




69,162.10 






95.33 


Pantego 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 


.50 


9,963.04 


4,981.52 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



151 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Peachland 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


1.00 


$-- 

20,051.48 


$ 166.00 
20,051.48 


Pelham _ _ 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


23.00 


Pembroke _ - 


1.00 
1.00 

.65 


29,305.97 
20,051.48 

29,305.97 


29,305.97 




Seaboard Air Line Railway _ 


20,051.48 


Pikeville _ _ _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ _ _ 


19,048.88 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 


306.69 


Pilot Mountain.- . 


Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 


1.48 


9,997.82 


14,796.80 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


33.25 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Siloam Telephone Co 






110.00 








10.00 


Pinehurst _ _ 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
North Carolina Railroad 






168.00 


Pine Level 


1.00 


46,822.19 


46,822.19 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


166 28 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 

East Carolina Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad- 






101 00 


Pinetops 

Pinetown _ _ 


.45 
1.91 
1.00 


2,715.53 

9,963.04 

29,132.93 


1,222.00 
19,029 40 


Pineville _ _ 


Southern Railway - _ 


29,132 93 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 


213 00 








788.14 


Pittsboro -.- 


Seaboard Air Line Railway _ ______ 


.33 


20,051.48 


6,617 00 




Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


250.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.- 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad - _ _- 






55 00 


Plymouth __ . 


.30 

.77 


29,305.97 
9,963.04 


8 791 80 




Norfolk Southern Railroad __ 


7 671 54 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ 


29 93 


Polkton 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 




.50 


20,051.48 


10,025.74 
295 60 


' 


Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 


1 


166 00 


Pollocksville . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


.49 


29,305.97 


14,359.93 
258.00 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



152 



IsT. c. corporation commission. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Princeton 


North Carolina Railroad- __ 


.40 


$46,822.19 


$ 18,728.85 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






89.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- 






110.85 


Princeville . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _. 


.45 


29,305.97 


13,187.69 


Raleigh 


North Carolina Railroad _ _ _ - 


1.48 


46,822.19 


69,296.84 




Seaboard Air Line Railway- _ . 


1.90 


20,051.48 


38,097.81 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 






1,332.32 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ . 




722.50 




Raleigh Telephone Co _ -_ i .. 




7,500.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co j . 




134.80 




Capital City Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ __ 




61,275.00 






85 


9,963 04 


8,468.58 


Raeford... - 


Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 


1.50 


4,180.20 


6,270.30 


Ramseur 


Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






95.00 




Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 


.75 


9,997.82 


7,498.37 




Western Union Telegraph Co._ _ 






51.73 




Riverside Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ 






1,000.00 


Randleman 


High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and South- 


.77 


10,000.00 


7,700.00 




western Union Telegraph Co 






14.78 




Randleman Telephone Co. 




1,150.00 


Red Springs 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad _ 


1.00 


29,305.97 


29,305.97 


Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad 


.50 


1,435.42 


717.71 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






110.85 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






393.60 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






1,615.00 




Southern Railway ____ 


1.72 


29,132.93 


50,108.65 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ 






1,462.85 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. _ _ 






150.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 






712.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 




7,539.00 




Onslow Telephone Co. _ _ _ _ 1 




440.00 




Dover and Southbound Railroad- 


.13 


2,000.00 


260.00 




Washington and Aurora Telephone Co 






500.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



153 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Rich Square 

Renriert 

Roanoke Rapids 
Robersonville 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Rockford 

Rockingham. 

Rocky Point. 



Rocky Mount 



Rockwell. 

Roper 

Roseboro. 



North State Telephone Co ' $ 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad | 2.00: 29,305.97 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad j 1.10 j 29,305.97 

Western Union Telegraph Co j 



Siloam Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



.50 | 20,051.48 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



.50 ' 29,305.97 



4.45 29,305.97 



Gold Hill Telephone Co._._ 
Norfolk Southern Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

RosebOro and Fayetteville Telephone Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Sampson Telephone Co 



1.20 ■ 9,963.04 j 
.50 20,305.97 [ 



Rose Hill 



Rosman. 

Rowland. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 1 . 00 29 , 305 . 97 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division _. 



.65 5,953.25 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ! 1.00 j 29,305. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.J 



Roxboro. 



Morris Telephone Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. . 



.98 I 17,362.50 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



$ 750.00 

58,611.94 

194.00 

32,236.57 
22.17 

15.00 

10,025.74 

7,668.00 

315.55 

14,652.98 
56.00 

130,411.60 
1,323.55 

610.40 
5,493.00 

110.00 

11,955.65 

14,652.98 
150.00 

27.34 
10.00 

29,305.97 
443.40 
180.00 
89.00 

3,869.61 

29,305.97 
151.50 
335.00 

3,000.00 

17,015.25 

73.90 



154 



]\ T . C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Roxobel 

Ruffin 

Rutherfordton. 

St. Paul 



Salem . 



Salemburg. 



Salisbury. 



Saluda. 



Sanford. 



Scotland Neck. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



North State Telephone Co.. 



Southern Railway 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 



Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 
St. Paul Telephone Co 



Southern Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway 



Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co. 
Sampson Telephone Co 



Southern Railway 

North Carolina Railroad 

Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Independent Telephone Co 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Atlantic and Western Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Mile- 
age. 



1.00 



.43 



.75 



1.12 



.31 



1.35 

1.40 

.52 



1.00 



.56 

.60 

1.25 



.75 



1.00 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



,132.93 



20,051.48 



3,000.00 



29,132.93 



17,362.50 



29,132.93 
46,822.19 

5,985.37 



5,953.25 



9,997.82 
29,305.97 
20,051.48 



2,000.00 



29,305.97 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



25.00 

29,132.93 

6,667.74 
1,865.00 
8,622.14 

2,250.00 
150.00 

32,628.90 

9,795.00 

63.18 

5,382.37 

30.00 
60.00 

39,329.45 

65,551.10 

3,112.40 

2,069.20 

295.00 

787.60 

22,908.00 

900.00 

5,953.25 
184.75 
154.80 
150.00 

5,598.80 

17,583.58 

25,064.31 

849.85 

1,500.00 

193.00 

29,305.97 

36.95 

1,815.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
STATEMENT X— Continued. 



155 



Town. 



Seaboard. 



Selma. 



Sharpsburg- 



Shelby. 



Siler City 



Siloam 

Skyland__. 
Smithfield. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Mile- 
age. 



1.00 



1.00 
.95 



1.00 



Southern Railway — Carolina Division. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



1.40 
1.10 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 
Western Union Telegraph Co._ 
Matthews Telephone Co 



1.06 



Southern Pines _ . 

South Biltmore __ 

Speed 

Spencer 

Spray 

Spring Hope 



Siloam Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



.65 



Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
International Telephone Co 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



$20,051.48 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



46,822.19 
29,305.97 



,305.97 



5,953.25 
20,051.48 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



9,997.82 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 
147.80 

46,822.19 

27,840.67 

495.87 

520.00 

4,244.00 

29,305.97 
299.60 

8,334.51 
22,056.63 
4,500.00 

195.73 

10,597.70 

73.90 

608.00 

117.00 

94.80 

19,048.88 

44.34 

402.00 

2,541.00 

29,275.16 
345.85 

788.00 

18,755.82 

4,150.00 

1,022.00 

19,635.00 

22.17 

258.00 



156 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Star 

Stanley Creek. 

Stantonsburg. 

Staley 

Statesville 

Stokesdale 

Stoneville 

Stokes 

Stovall 

Swansboro 

Sylva 

Tabor 

Tarboro 

Teacheys 

Thomasville.- 



Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad- 
Durham and Charlotte Railroad. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad. 
Good Will Telephone Co 



Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.. 



Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Onslow Telephone Co. 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Waynesville Telephone Co. . . 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

East Carolina Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



1.00 
1.00 



.61 

.87 

1.75 



2.70 



1.03 



.64 



1.14 



1.73 



1.02 

2.67 
.50 



$ 3,463.41 
2,929.20 

20,051.48 



9,963.04 
9,997.82 
29,132.93 



2.00 



9,997.82 



17,362.50 



29,305.97 



29,132.93 



29,132.93 



29,305.97 

29,305.97 
2,715.53 



,305.97 



46,822.19 



$ 3,463.41 
2,929.20 

10,025.74 
30.67 

6,077.45 

8,698.10 

50,982.65 

318.51 

21,479.00 

15,841.00 

26,994.10 
31.25 

17,883.37 
64.29 

18,755.82 

129.00 

33,211.50 

66.51 

440.00 

50,399.97 

24.75 

200.00 

29,892.10 

78,247.00 

1,357.76 

668.43 

5,167.00 

26,668.45 
89.00 

93,644.38 
1,350.15 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 
STATEMENT W— Continued. 



157 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Thomasviile 

{Continued.) 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ - 


$ 


$ 116.25 
107.00 




Thomasviile Telephone Co. 






1,500.00 




Piedmont Railway 


1.00 


2,812.50 


2,812.50 


Taylorsville 


Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 


.47 


29,132.93 


13,692.50 
13 67 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






1,442.00 




Peoples Telephone Co 






1,636.00 


Trinity . _ . 


High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and South- 
ern Railroad 


.76 


10,000.00 






7,600.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






29.56 




North State Telephone Co 






40.00 


Troutman 


Southern Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


1.00 


29,132.93 


29,132.93 

144.00 


Troy 




.50 


3,463 41 


1,731 70 




Troy Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






600 00 




Durham and Charlotte Railroad 


.50 


2,929.20 


1,464.60 


Try on _ . _ 


Western Union Telegraph Co._ 






166 28 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






103.20 




Polk County Telephone Co.. _ . . i 


437.00 




Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


1.50 


5,953.25 


8,929.87 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






150.00 


Tunis. _ . 




50 


29,305.97 
29,305.97 


14,652.98 
30,771.28 


Union City 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


1.05 


Vanceboro _ 


Southern Investment Co. . 






400 00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad. . 


.97 


9,963.04 


9,664.15 


Vandemere 


Washington and Vandemere Railroad 


.60 


2,181.25 


1,308.75 


Vass 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


2.00 


20.051.48 


40,102.96 


Vaughan 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 


.57 


20,051.48 



11,429.35 
225.02 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. _. 






387.00 


Waco 


Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051.48 



158 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Wadesboro. 



Wadeville 

Wake Forest. 



Wallace. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Wadesboro Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Mile- 
age. 



Troy Telephone and Electric Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Warrenton. 



Warsaw. 



Washington. 



Waxhaw. 



Waynesville . 



Weldon. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad 



Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway __ 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Waynesville Telephone Co. _ . 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. _ 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 



.20 



.31 



1.04 



1.20 
.72 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



$29,305.97 ! $ 11,136.30 

'J 3,500.00 

110.00 
20,051.48 



20,051.48 



20,051.48 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 



29,305.97 
9,963.04 



2,181.25 



20,051.48 
29,132.93 



29,305.97 
20,051.48 



591.20 

20.00 

20,051.48 
250.52 
180.00 
194.00 
408.00 

570.00 

29,305.97 
247.56 
89.00 

64.30 

285.00 

1,615.00 

42,786.75 

524.69 

89.00 

92.50 

26,375.37 

6,774.86 

110.85 

8,000.00 

436.25 

32.14 
6,215.96 

30,298.25 

34.36 

3,000.00 

35,167.16 
14,437.16 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 



150 



STATEMENT X— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Road or Other Company. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Weld on 


Western Union Telegraph Co._ 




$ 


$ 794 43 


(Continued) 


American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ . 






266 40 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






1,938 00 


Wentworth 


International Co. 






85.00 






.74 


29,132 93 


21,558 36 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 


.59 


9,248.00 


5,456.76 


Wendell 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 


1.00 


9,963.04 


9,963.04 


Whitakers 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


1.00 


29,305 97 


29,305 97 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 






647 36 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. _ - 






292 00 


Whiteville 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


1.06 


29,305 97 


31,064 32 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






320.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . _ 




243.92 


Whittier __ 


Southern Railway _ 


1.00 


29,132 93 


29,132 93 


Wilkesboro 


Horton Telephone Co. ... ... . . 






200.00 


Williamston 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


1.18 


29,305.97 


34,581.05 




Western Union Telegraph Co. .. 






34.00 




Williamston Telephone Co. _. _ 




400.00 


Wilmington _ _ 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ... 


4.44 


29,305.97 


130,118.50 




Seaboard Air Line Railway __ . _ 


1.00 


20,051 48 


20,051 48 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. . _ _ 






1,857.85 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co ___ 






225.00 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






95,474 00 


Windsor _ 


Wellington and Powellsville Railroad j 


1.50 


2,420.45 


3,630.68 




Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co.. ... 






1,000.00 


Winfall 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 


50 


9 963 04 


4 981 52 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






14 48 


Wingate 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.00 


20,051.48 


20,051.48 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 






231 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






591.20 



160 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATEMENT X-Continued. 



Town. 



Wilson. 



Name of Road or Other Company. 



Mile- 
age. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. . . 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Winston. 



Winterville. 

Winton 

Woodland. . 
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Youngsville . 

Zebulon 



Southern Railway 

North Carolina Midland Railroad 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
North State Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 



North State Telephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southside Telephone Co 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Norfolk Southern Railroad 



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9,963.04 



29,132.93 
16,440.24 
17,362.50 



29,305.97 



20,051.48 



9,963.04 



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$ 23,737.84 

710.55 

468.00 

11,247.00 

13,450.10 

70.00 

64,092.45 

24,331.55 

34,725.00 

345.48 

81.25 
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50.00 

9,964.03 

650.00 

300.00 

67.00 

518.00 

67.00 

10,025.74 

195.00 

30.00 

67.00 

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OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



Chairman of the Board H. Walters New York, N. Y. 

President - T. M. Emerson [ Wilmington, N. C. 

First Vice President ; Alexander Hamilton Petersburg-, Va. 

Second Vice President C. S. Gadsden — — Charleston, S. C. 

Third Vice President J. R. Kenly Wilmington, N. C. 

Secretary H. L. Borden New York, N. Y. 

Treasurer James F. Post Wilmington, N. C. 

Assistant to President W. R. Sullivan Wilmington, N. C. 

General Counsel Alexander Hamilton Petersburg, Va. 

Comptroller H. C. Prince Wilmington, N. C. 

Auditor, Passenger Receipts George S. LeGrand Wilmington, N. C. 

Auditor, Freight Receipts Ed. L. Prince Wilmington, N. C. 

Auditor, Disbursements H. H. McKee Wilmington, N. C. 

General Manager W. N. Royall Wilmington, N. C. 

Assistant to General Manager P. R. Albright Wilmington, N. C. 

Chief Engineer • E. B. Pleasants Wilmington, N. C. 

General Superintendent, First Division W. H. Newell Rocky Mount, N. C. 

General Superintendent, Second Division — J. N. Brand Savannah, Ga. 

General Superintendent, Third Division M. Riddle Jacksonville, Fla. 

Freight Traffic Manager R. A. Brand Wilmington, N. C. 

Passenger Traffic Manager W. J. Craig Wilmington, N. C. 

General Freight Agent J. Menzies Savannah, Ga. 

General Freight Agent J. W. Perrin Wilmington, N. C. 

General Passenger Agent ' T. C. White Wilmington, N. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

Henry Walters, Baltimore, Md.; Michael Jenkins, Baltimore, Md.; Waldo Newcomer, Baltimore, 
Md.; Morton F. Plant, Groton, Conn.; Warren Delano, Jr., New York; Frederick W. Scott, Rich- 
mond, Va. ; Edwin B. Borden, Goldsboro, N. C; Donald McRae, Wilmington, N. C; James J. Lucas, 
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62 95 






Florence 


Columbia 


81.70 










98 50 






Jessup 




353 21 








34 00 








Albany Junction 

Archer 


166.81 


• 




Dupont Junction 


117.74 










211.44 






Palatka --- 


Gainesville and 


145. 00 












Paola Junction 


St. Petersburg 


145.13 


2,848.01 


Branches-- 


4 55 








6 51 








Pig Point - -- -- 


5 48 








Pig Point Branch 


1 05 








1 55 










1 13 










85 82 










53 89 






Parmele Junction 


Washington 


25.39 










19 20 








Smithfield 


21 50 






Warsaw 


Clinton 


13.43 






Wilmington 

Castle Street (Wil- 
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86 21 






Fernside 


4.11 






Elrod 




71 38 






Floyd 


Hartsville 


10.00 





320 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED-Entire Line-Continued. 



Name. 



Termini. 



From- 



To- 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



Branches — Continued - 



Bennettsville- 

Latta 

Elliott 

Creston 

Eutawville -- 



Gibson 

Clio 

Lucknow - 
Pregnalls- 
Ferguson- 



Ashley River Railroad 
Branch 



Johns Island - 
Ravenel 



Green Pond 

Albany 

Climax 

Otiska 

Grimes 

Waterford 

Sprague 

Lake City Junction- 
High Springs 

Juliette 

Gulf Junction 

Bartow 

Rochelle 

Micanopy Junction- 

Oaklawn 

Leesburg Junction - 

Okahumpka 

Deland Junction 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Astor 



Kissimmee 
Kissimmee 



Thonotosassa Junc- 
tion 



Milldale . 
Winston - 



Ashley River 

Young's Island and 
Branches 



Ehrhart 

Monticello 

Chattahoochee — 

Amsterdam 

Abbeville 

Elba 

Luverne 

Lake City 

Gainesville 

Ocala 

Homosassa 

Bartow Junction 

Gainesville 

Tacoma 

Citra 

Leesburg 

Yahala 

Deland 

Lake Eustis 

Lake Charm 



Leesburg and Fort 
Mason to Lane Park 



Apopka 

Narcoossee - 



Thonotosassa - 
Perry 

Fort Meade--- 



10.82 
19.78 
16.48 
40-81 
6.16 

4.50 
8.70 

21.02 

37.67 

82.47 

30.83 

10.30 

26.90 

37.22 

32.92 

18.90 

23.60 

20.36 

21.88 

16.20 

9.37 

8.36 

6.40 

1.33 

6.56 

4.00 

28.62 

17.60 

47.42 
34.00 
.14.40 

13.33 

163.23 

28.64 



Spurs- 



Various points Factories, Mills, etc 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



321 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line- Continued. 



Name. 



Termini. 



From — 



To- 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 



Miles of 
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Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



Leased Lines- 



South Carolina Pacific 
Railway 



Central Railroad of South 
Carolina 



Tidewater Power Co. - 



Trackage Rights- 



Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way 



Goldsboro Union Station 
Co 



Wilmington Railway 
■Bridge- 



Southern Railway 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Charleston and Western 
Carolina Railway 



Augusta and Summerville 
Railroad 



Augusta Union Station Co 

Charleston Union Station 
Co 



Savannah Union Station 
Co 



Southern Railway 

Belt Line Railway of Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 



St. John's River Term. Co. 



Jacksonville Terminal 
Co 



Louisville and Nashville 
Railway 



Total mileage operated - 



Bennettsville, S. C. 



Lanes 



North Carolina State 
Line 



Sumter, S. C. 



Wilmington Dummy 
Line 



Garysburg Junction - 
Archer 



Weldon, N. C. - 
Morriston, Fla. 



Hilton 

Columbia, S. C. 



Navassa, N. C. 



Robbins, S. C. 
Augusta, Ga.- 



Augusta, Ga. 



Telfair Junction- 
Georgia Junction- 
Brunswick, Ga. -- 



Union Station . 
Division Line- 



Belt Line 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Jacksonville Terminal 
Line 



Union Station 



Montgomery, Ala. . 



10.50 

40.20 

1.25 



2.39 
19.62 

.37 

2.46 

1.51 

.30 

28.80 



3.71 

2.46 

1.00 
4.30 

2.59 
.61 



71.24 



4,490.77 



Corp. 



-21 



322 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD OPERATED-ENTIRE LINE-Continued. 
ROAD JOINTLY OWNED OR ROAD JOINTLY LEASED. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles of 


From— 


To-. 


Each Road 
Named. 


Georgia Railroad 


Augusta, Ga 


Atlanta, Ga 


171.00 




Union Point, Ga. 


Athens, Ga. 


40.00 




Barnett, Ga 


Washington, Ga. 


18.00 




Comak, Ga 


Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction 
near Macon 


74.00 




Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction -- 


Macon, Ga., Track- 
age 


4.00 




307.00 



Note.— Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. is joint lessee of Georgia Railroad. 



OUTSIDE OPERATIONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 


State. 


Book 
Value. 




Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, 






$363,421.28 

134,921.88 

24,929.24 

523,272.40 






Wild lands-- — — — 




Total - - - -- - 









CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 



Common 



Number 
of Shares 
Author- 



Par 

Value 

of 

One 

Share. 



Total 
Par Value 



Total 



Total 



Par Value Par Value 



Dividends Declared 
During Year. 



Authorized Outstand- Not Held by I 

Authorized. ing Respondent, j Rate, 



I I 

$ 1 $ $ 57,964,400 j $ 57,964,400 



6 $3,195,1 



.00 



Common and 
Preferred - — I 1, 000, 000 



100 i 100,000,000 



Preferred 
Total- 



198,500 



198,500 



1,000,000 100,000,000 58,162,900 58,162,900 



3,239,937.50 



ATLANTIC COAST LIXE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



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Apr.-Oct. 
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Feb.-Aug. 

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Jan.-July 


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$ 1,320,000 

300,000 

2,418,000 

400,000 
106,000 

5,047,000 

48,813,000 
3,020,000 


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Par Value 

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$ 1,320,000 

300,000 

2,418,000 

400,000 
106,000 

5,547,000 

51,326,750 
15,009,000 


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500 


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Par Value 
Authorized. 


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1,000,000 
4,241,000 

500,000 
500,000 

8,000,000 

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1940 
1945 

1946 
1947 

1948 

1952 
1959 

1952 
1939 


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1890 
1895 

1896 
1897 

1898 

1902 
1909 

1902 

1909 

1902 

1887 
1900 




Designation of Bond or Obligation. 


Mortgage Bonds— Continued. 

Nor. & Car. R. R. Co., first mortgage- 

R. & P. R. R. Co., con. mortgage 

Fla. Sou. R. R. Co., first mortgage— 

Nor. & Car. R. R. Co., second mort- 
gage 

W. & N. B. R. R. Co., first mortgage- 

A. C. L. R. R. Co. of S. C, gen. first 
mortgage 

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gage 

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Collateral Trust Bonds: 

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Coll. 


Plain Bonds, Debentures and Notes: 

A. C. L. R. R. Co., con. deben. 
bonds 

A. C. L. R. R. Co., new certs, of 
ind 

W. & W. R. R. Co., certs, of ind. — 

A. C. L. R. R. Co., old certs, of ind.— 



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RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 

to 

Railways. 


Amount Per Mile of Line- 


Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 58,162,900 
144,882,970 


$ 58,162,900 
144,882,970 


4,374.63 
4,374.63 


$ 13,296 
33,119 






Total - -- -- - - 


203,045,870 


203,045,870 


4,374.63 


46,415 





EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 



Account. 



Through 

Issue of 

Securities. 



Right of way and station grounds- 
Real estate 

Widening cuts and fills 

Grade revisions and changes of line 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Increased weight of rail 

Additional main tracks 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Interlocking apparatus 

Block and other signal apparatus — 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

Shops, enginehouses and turntables 

Water and fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light and power plants 

Miscellaneous structures 

Equipment 

Total — entire line 



6,533.45 

6,886.61 

31,369.21 

278,055.90 

682,664.13 

246,755.36 

447,535.20 

117,920.07 

41,368.54 

13,243.51 

6,925.04 

39,175.16 

73,797.39 

104,250.49 

14,447.65 

633. 70 

685.69 

12,209.18 

338,015.44 



2,462,471.72 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



329 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT-INVESTMENT SINCE JUNE 30, 1907. 



Account. 



Expenditures 
for New Lines 
or Extensions 
During Year, 
Through Issue 
of Securities. 



Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments During 
Year. 



Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1909. 



Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1910. 



Road — 

Engineering 

Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Grading 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Ties 

Rails 

Frogs and switches 



$ 2,657.06 

30,077.53 



Track fastenings and other mate- 
rial 



Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing 

Roadway tools 

Fencing right of way 

Crossings and signs 



Interlocking and other signal ap- 
paratus 



Telegraph and telephone lines 
Station buildings and fixtures- 



Shops, enginehouses and turn- 
tables 



Shop machinery and tools - 

Water stations 

Fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property - 

Electric-light plants 

Miscellaneous structures - 



Transportation of men and mate- 
rial 



Rent of equipment 

Repairs of equipment -- 

Cost of road purchased - 

Total 



25,565.80 

26,932.02 

4,999.73 

11,086.47 

340.68 

1,236.66 



1,351.09 



130.00 



104,377.04 



34,448.52 

38,721.39 

6,886.61 

272,379.63 

771,324.57 

70,320.90 
488, 426. 19 

12,913.56 

26,267.01 

2,005.83 

28,612.34 

27.56 



883. 80 

20, 168. 55 
39,175.16 
73,043.97 

100,426.04 



12,874.88 

1,572.77 

1,376.03 

685. 69 

17,538.24 



2,020,079.24 



34, 580. 83 

71,179.05 

10,410.29 

297,341.20 

356,460.82 

162,813.81 

621,017.60 

17,809.48 

53,011.56 

4,817.66 

120,599.15 

513.22 

20,622.87 

2,744.69 

12,057.01 

1, 874. 00 

279,586.88 

339,980.00 
14,938.12 
53,634.83 
23,752.22 

5,330.88 



18,891.58 

25,063.62 

17,201.89 

429.41 

275,000.00 



*2, 841, 662. 67 



71,686.41 

139,977.97 

17,296.90 

595,286.63 

1,154,717.41 

238,134.44 

1,120,53(3.26 

31,063.72 

80,515.23 

6,823.49 

150,562.58 

540. 78 

20,622.87 

3,628.49 

32,225.56 

41,049.16 

352,630.85 

440,406.04 
14,938.12 
66,509.71 
25,324.99 
6,706.91 
685.69 
36,559.82 

25,063.62 

17,201.89 

429. 41 

275,000.00 



3,118.95 



*Note.— Total expenditures— July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1909, corrected to correspond with new 
balance-sheet classification effective June 15, 1910. 



330 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD ND EQUIPMENT-INVESTMENT SINCE JUNE 30, 1907-Concluded. 



Account. 



Expenditures 
for New Lines 
or Extensions 
During Year, 
Through Issue 
of Securities. 



Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments During 
Year. 



Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1909. 



Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1910. 



Equipment— 

Steam locomotives 

Passenger train cars 

Freight train cars 

Work equipment 

Floating equipment 

Total 

General Expenditures— 

Taxes 

Interest and commissions 

Other expenditures 

Total 

Recapitulation — 

Road 

Equipment 

General expenditures 

Total— entire line 



$ *44,000.00 

46,817.20 

251,090.00 

74,903.10 

9,205.14 



222,178.40 

55,483.61 

1,031,606.46 

5,831.20 

17,166.85 



$ 178,178.40 

102,300.81 

1,282,696.46 

80,734.30 

26,371.99 



338,015.44 



1,332,266.52 



9.76 

259,583.60 

338. 14 



259,931.50 



104,377.04 



2,020,079.24 
338,015.44 



2,841,662.67 

1,332,266.52 

259,931.50 



104,377.04 



2,358,094.68 



4,433,860.69 



1,670,281.96 



9.76 

259,583.60 

338.14 



259,931.50 



4,966,118.95 

1,670,281.96 

259,931.50 



6,896,332.41 



*-Credit. 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907— 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation— Cr 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



$ 119,477.049.75 

27,179,532.72 

6,896,332.41 

153,552,914.88 

7, 079. 586. 24 



146,473,328.64 
33,482.45 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



331 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income— 








Rail operations: 










$29,810,267.78 






Operating expenses 


18,614,157.27 


$11,196,110.51 


















11,196,110.51 






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1,208,959.68 














$ 9,987 150 83 


Other Income— 












1,000.00 




Other rents— Credits: 










64,922.95 
191,019.75 
128,402.96 














348,345.66 








Total - — -- - 






Dividends declared on stocks owned or controlled 


2,346,786.57 




Interest accrued on funded debt owned or con- 
trolled — — - 


79,696.85 


2,426,483.42 
190,836.68 








Total - - 






















3,002,665.76 












12 989,816 59 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 












40,276.00 




Other rents— Debits: 








110,903.30 


110,903.30 

5,769,429.63 

75,953.63 








Total 
























Total deductions from gross corporate income- 




5,996,562.56 










6,993,254.03 










Balance for year carried forward to credit of 


6,993,254.03 











332 



K". C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 



Credit. 



Debit. 



Balance June 30, 1909 

Balance for year brought forward from income account 

Additions for Year: 

Stock dividend on our holding- of Atlantic Land and Improve- 
ment Co. — stock 

Amount recovered from U. S. Government for Spanish- Ameri- 
can War claims— year 1898 

Amount recovered from State of Alabama for franchise tax 
paid that State— years 1907 and 1908 

Amount collected from new stockholders for dividend on com- 
mon stock issued from January 10, 1910, to dates of issue 

Unclaimed wages of more than five years' standing written off 
on account of inability to effect payment 

This company's proportion of income from Georgia Railroad 
lease 

Correction of June 1, 1906, entry, charging this account with 
discount on A. C. L. R. R. new 4 per cent certificates pur- 
chased. Certificates having been exchanged for A. C. L. R. 
R. debenture bonds, and it being necessary now to show same 
at par value 

Surplus from sale of our proportion A. C. L. Sleeping Car As- 
sociation 

Sundry adjustments and accounts written off 

Deductions for Year: 

Discount on bonds sold 

Correction of June, 1909, entry, to bring "cost of equipment" to 
value of owned equipment and to take up depreciation on same 
previous to July 1, 1907 

Dividends Declared: 

On common stock — 6 per cent payable 

On preferred stock— 5 per cent payable 

Balance credit, June 30, 1910, carried to general balance sheet — 



$11,249,325.94 
6,993,254.03 

2,210,000.00 
12,013.14 
12,501.11 
75,320.64 
14,637.30 
83,422.30 

210,000.00 

180, 929. 97 
6,810.66 



21,048,215.09 



301,644.97 
2,712.65 

3,195,060.00 

44,877.50 
17,503,919.97 



21,048,215.09 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



133 



OPERATING REVENUES-State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation— 

Freight revenue 

Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Other passenger train revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 

Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Parcel-room receipts 

Storage— freight 

Storage— baggage 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation 

Joint facilities revenue— Dr 

Total operating revenues— State 

Total operating revenues— Entire line 



$ 5,929,666.76 

1,469,586.95 

20,003.04 

142,550.20 

219,840.96 

1,975.12 



1,853,956.27 


23,035.13 


9,485.44 


21.00 


7,816,164.60 


3,183.63 


211.50 


5,207.49 


71.00 


8,982.51 


120.00 


8,379.08 


26,155.21 


362.55 


7,842,682.36 



29,810,267.78 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



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SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 


Par Value. 


Dividends or 
Interest. 


Stocks— 


$ 32,553,050 
4,116,500 


$ 2,010,075.00 
336,711.57 






Total-- — — _- -- -- - - - - 


36,669,550 


2,346,786.57 




Funded Debt— 

Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as col- 


17,341,075 
1,008,282 
1,857,600 






43,056.85 
36,640.00 






Total -- - - ..______'_ 


20,206,957 


79,696.85 





SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 
INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 





Income. 




Name of Fund. 


Cash Appro- 
priations 
to Fund. 


Total. 


Disburse- 
ments. 




$ 450, 000 


$ 450,000 


$ 4 996,000 






Total -- — - - - 


450,000 


450,000 


4,996,000 





ASSETS ON JUNE '30, 1910. 



Name of Fund and Security. 



Cash in Fund. 



Sinking and Redemption Funds— 

U. S. Trust Co., deposit to redeem three-year note 

Safe Deposit and Trust Co., deposit to redeem equipment bonds 

F! I S afe N 5l SSSS^V*} **"* to ~ d «™ W ' C - a " d A - R ' R ' »"* 

Metropolitan Trust Co., deposit for purchase of land 

U. S. Trust Co., deposit for purchase of land 

Total 



$ 2,000.00 

153,000.00 

19,000.00 

9,011.18 

600.00 



183,611.18 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



389 



RESERVES. 



Designation. 



Amount. 



Operating Reserves— 

Equipment reserves 

Roadway reserve 

Rails renewals 

Buildings replacement, insurance and salvage 

Reserve for Tift Lumber Case and others 

Reserve for loss and damage claims 

Reserve for overcharge claims 

Total 



7,648.38 
180,330.26 
770,306.27 
20,279.91 
79,768.44 
182,515.41 
160,208.46 



1,401,057.13 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES-TEMPORARY 
ADVANCES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES. 



Name of Company. 



Amount. 



Georgia Railroad— current account 

Georgia Railroad — lease account 

Columbia Union Station Co. — insurance -- 

Atlantic and East Coast Terminal Co. 

Atlantic Land and Improvement Co ■-- 

Jacksonville Terminal Co. 

Belt Line Railway Co., Montgomery, Ala. 
Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad Co.-- 

Goldsboro Union Station Co. 

Total 



98,845.53 

197,367.33 

280.00 

308,547.23 

108,895.94 

3,737.32 

196,122.87 

972,851.23 

1,937.11 

1,888,584.56 



340 



NT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES-Entire Lire. 



Amount. 



Ratio to 
Total of 
General 
Account, 
Per Cent. 



Ratio to 

Total 

Operating 

Expenses, 

Per Cent. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures— 

Superintendence $ 177,488.44 

Ballast 54,423.06 

Ties ; 670,213.39 

Rails 340,166.17 

Other track material : 182,470.66 

Roadway and track ' 1,290,574.98 

Removal of snow, sand and ice j 64.68 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 552,933.07 

Over and under grade crossings ! 1,812.00 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle-guards and signs 30, 462. 53 

Signals and interlocking plants 32,969.33 

Telegraph and telephone lines 11,766.81 

Buildings, fixtures and grounds ' 347,050.96 

Docks and wharfs 35,502.40 

Roadway tools and supplies 47,388.91 

Injuries to persons 19,066.24 

Stationery and printing 7,279.20 

Other expenses 137.86 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — 

Dr 57, 633. 62 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — 

Cr 99,207.46 

Total — Maintenance of way and structures 3, 760, 196.85 

Maintenance of Equipment— 

Superintendence 148,359.22 

Steam locomotives — repairs 1, 166, 042. 28 

Steam locomotives — renewals 12,663.42 

Steam locomotives— depreciation 139, 487. 65 

Passenger train cars — repairs 370,247.43 

Passenger train cars— renewals 9,582.65 

Passenger train cars — depreciation 63, 658. 85 

Freight train cars— repairs 1,635,038.18 

Freight train cars — renewals 22, 373. 84 

Freight train cars — depreciation 531,062.82 

Floating equipment— repairs 10,175.31 

Floating equipment— depreciation 2,826.29 

Work equipment — repairs 25,329.08 



4.72 
1.45 

17.83 
9.05 
4.85 

34.32 



14.71 
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.81 
.88 
.31 

9.23 
.94 

1.26 
.51 
.20 
.01 

1.54 

2.67 



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3.60 

1.83 



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3.47 


.79 


27.25 


6.26 


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3.26 


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8.66 


1.99 


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1.49 


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38.24 


8.79 


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12.42 


2.85 


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ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



341 



OPERATING EXPENSES-Entire Line-Continued. 



Account. 



Maintenance of Equipment — Continued. 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment— depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing- 

Other expenses 

Maintaining- joint equipment at terminals— Dr. 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr. 

Total— Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — Traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses— yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals— Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals— Cr. 

Road enginemen 



Amount. 



Ratio to 
Total of 
General 
Account, 
Per Cent. 



Ratio to 

Total 

Operating 

Expenses, 

Per Cent. 



2,212.92 

11,994.81 

.96,325.39 

4. 052. 33 

12, 131. 64 

882.48 

11,885.38 

366.09 



4,275,965.88 I 



111,098.78 

212,155,63 

58.751.64 

23, 345. 75 

4,158.72 

89,812.16 

.32 



499, 323. CO 



256,575.41 

243.248.01 

1,588,269.59 

54,340.32 

121,245.50 

171,196.78 

284, 060. ] 8 

10,208.61 

15,858.49 

236,376.90 

43.755.43 

307,380.30 

19,286.22 

5, 647. 35 

3,681.80 

139, 727. 46 

117,679.02 

1,037.568.74 



.05 
.28 
2.25 
.10 
.29 
.02 
.28 
.01 



100. CO 



22.25 
42.49 
11.77 
4.67 
.83 
17.99 



100.00 



2.79 


2.64 


17.20 


.59 


1.31 


1.85 


3.09 


.11 


.17 


2.56 


.47 


3.33 


.22 


.06 


.04 


1.51 


1.27 


11.25 



.01 
.06 
.51 
.02 
.07 



. 06 



22.97 



59 
1.14 
.32 
.13 
.03 
.48 



2.69 



1.38 

1.36 

8.52 
.29 
.65 
.93 

1.53 
.06 
.08 

1.27 
.23 

1.65 
.11 
.03 
.02 
.75 
.65 

5.57 



342 



1ST.- C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES-Entire Line-Continued. 



Account. 



Amount. 



Ratio to 
Total of 
General 
Account, 
Per Cent. 



Ratio to 

Total 

Operating 

Expenses, 

Per Cent. 



Transportation Expenses— Continued. 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives : — 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals— operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage— freight 

Loss and damage— baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities— Cr. 

Total— Transportation expenses 

General Expenses— 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Relief department expenses 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards and ter- 
minals— Dr 

General administration joint tracks, yards and ter- 
minals — Cr. 

Total— General expenses 



$ 231, 

1.971, 

107, 

40, 

26, 

988, 

310, 

5, 

23, 

24, 

41, 

38, 

26, 

102, 

14, 

414, 

5, 

107, 

156, 

209, 

12, 

51, 



884.86 
744.57 
702. 36 
405. 18 
296.52 
511.58 
913.05 
300. 82 
035. 77 
088.24 
668. 12 
963.85 
517.85 
469. 49 
317.03 
379.00 
120.08 
259.51 
363.92 
658.41 
188.84 
701.40 



9,227,835.72 



95,669.38 

225,550.49 

16,863.47 

237,106.31 

135,750.92 

44,020.16 

16,088.11 

48,382.96 

23,498.37 

9, 509. 43 

1,603.78 



2.51 
21.36 

1.16 

.44 

.28 

10.72 

3.37 
.06 
.25 
.26 
.45 
.42 
.29 

1.11 
.15 

4.49 
.06 

1.16 

1.69 

2.27 

.13 

.55 

100.00 



11.24 

26.41 

1.98 

27.98 

15.95 

5. 17 

1.89 

5.68 

2.77 

1.12 

.19 



850.835.82 



100.00 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



343 



OPERATING EXPENSES-Entire Line-Continued. 



Account. 



Amount. 



Ratio to 
Total of 
General 
Account, 
Per Cent. 



Ratio to 
Total 
Operating- 
Expenses, 
Per Cent. 



Recapitulation of Expenses— 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 
62.44 per cent. 

Operating Expenses— State of North Carolina— 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues 
62.75 per cent. 



$ 3,760,196.85 

4,275,965.88 

499,323.00 

9,227,835.72 

850,835.82 



18,614,157.27 



994,932.65 
1,133,664.75 

131,648.96 
2,437,346.71 

224,064.68 
4,921,657.75 



20.20 
22.97 

2.69 
49.57 

4.57 



100.00 



;44 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

I. FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased. 



Location. 



Name of Lessee. 



Joint Tracks- 



Joint Yards and Ter- 
minals 



Petersburg- 

Selma to Pinner's Point 

Norfolk to Suffolk 

Tarboro 

Columbia — 

Magnolia Junction to Var- 
dell's Creek 

Hardeeville to Central June 
tion 

Central Junction to Jack- 
sonville 

Perry, Fla., to So. Ga. and 
West Coast Railroad June 
tion 

Richmond 

Selma 

Tarboro 

Washington 

Pembroke 

Sanford 

Wilmington 

Fayetteville 

Lanes s, 

Conway 

Hope Mills 

Sylvester 

Valdosta 

Thomasville 

Jesup 

Brunswick 

Waycross 

Jacksonville 

Palatka 

Palatka 

Sanford 

River Junction 

River Junction 

River Junction 



Petersburg Gas Co. 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

East Carolina Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway •* 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

So. Ga. and W. Coast Railroad— 

R. F. and P. Railroad 

Southern Railway 

East Carolina Railway -, 

Washington and Vandemere 
Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway 

Seaboard Air Line Railway — 

Raleigh and Southport Railroad 

Georgetown and Western Rail- 
road 

Con. Coast and West. Railroad - 

Va. and Car. So. Railroad 

Gulf Line Railroad 

Georgia and Florida Railway— 

Florida Central Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

A. B. and A. Railway 

Florida East Coast Railway 

Florida East Coast Railway 

Ga. So. and Fla. Railway 

Sanford and Everglade Railroad 

Appalach. Nor. Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Louisville and Nash. Railroad— 



11.79 

72,049.22 

69.11 

17.88 
26.28 

1,212.47 

6,769.07 

86,017.73 

1,732.26 

2,039.58 
102.72 
360.00 

1,275.72 
50.88 

250.08 
3,146.35 

620.04 

240.00 
302.52 
650.00 

57.80 

2,100.00 

600.00 

1,402.08 
70.82 

1,200.00 
180.00 

1,255.44 
587. 04 
60.00 
504. 12 
504.12 
504. 12 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



345 



RENTS RECEIVABLE-Continued. 
I. FROM JOINT FACILITIES— Continued. 



Facility Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Joint Yards and Ter- 
minals — Continued. 




Live Oak, Perry and Gulf Rail- 
road 

Belt Line Railroad 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Central of Georgia Railway 




Montgomery 


$ 154.77 

1,378.45 

3,497.28 

20.01 




Dothan 




191 019 75 











II. FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Western Branch 

Enterprise Branch 


Petersburg, Va. 

Enterprise and Enterprise 


Virginia Passenger and Power 
Co 


$ 1,000.00 


Total - - - 






1,000.00 









MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 

Source of Income. 

Buildings 

Lands 

Rail rental 

Taxes (proportion collected from lessees, tenants, etc.) 

Total 



Net Miscella- 
neous Income. 



44,198.07 
34,366.71 
34,424.41 
15,413.77 



128, 402. 96 



346 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS PAYABLE. 

I. FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased. 



Joint Tracks- 



Joint Yards and Ter- 
minals 



Total - 



Location. 



Weldon to Garysburg 

Hilton to Navassa 

Columbia 

Robbins to Augusta — 

Archer Branch 

Richmond 

Petersburg 

Portsmouth 

Norfolk 

Goldsboro 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Maxton 

Pregnalls 

Columbia 

Charleston 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Savannah 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 



Name of Lessor. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Wilmington Railway Bridge Co. 

Southern Railway 

C. and W. C. Railway 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

R. F. and P. Railroad 

Norfolk and Western Railroad - 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Goldsboro Union Station Co. — 

City of Wilmington 

The Worth Co. 

W. E. Worth 

S. Northrop 

Waccamaw Lumber Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Charleston Union Station Co. — 

City of Augusta 

Augusta Union Station Co 

C. and W. C. Railway 

Savannah Union Station 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

St. Johns River Terminal Co.-- 

Belt Line Railway 

Louisville and Nash. Railroad- 



Amount. 



8,546.29 

5,425.00 

325.08 

12,491.14 

5,608.34 

339.86 

458.88 

420.00 

973. 52 

1,271.38 

100.00 

1,000.00 

799. 92 

199.92 

250.00 

110.00 

33.30 

1,020.72 

10,027.87 

1,666.66 

1,079.59 

1,375.24 

16,524.78 

17,962.09 

3,532.15 

15,531.12 

3,830.45 

110,903.30 



II. FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Guaranteed 

Interest on 

Bonds. 


Cash. 


Total. 




$. 

6,276.00 


$ 31,000.00 


$ 31,000.00 
6,276 00 






3,000.00 


3,000.00 






Total 


6,276.00 


34,000.00 


40, 276. 00 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 



34' 





EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 








Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive-days or 
Car-days. 


Locomotive-miles or 
Car-miles. 


Total 
Compensation. 




Number. 


Rate. 


Number. 


Rate. 




Accrued on Equipment 
Borrowed— 












Passenger locomotives-- 
Freight locomotives 








$ 414 22 


1,654 See note. 


16,474 


See note. 


15,832.74 


Passenger- train cars 


2,007 See note. 


3,541,010 


See note. 


98,366.61 


Freight-train cars 

Work cars 


3,165,718 See note. 
2 See note. 






847,973.88 
15.10 







Total 


3,169,422 




3,557,484 




962,602.55 


Accrued on Equipment 
Loaned— 








Freight locomotives 


3, 990 See note. 


8,793 


See note. 


31,769.82 


Passenger-train cars 


987 See note. 


2,619,455 


See note. 


61,255.41 


Freight-train cars 


3,903,988 See note. 


75,853 


See note. 


1,035,949.66 


Work cars 


764 


See note. 


477 


See note. 


2,366.26 


Total 


3,909,729 


2,704,578 


1,131,341.15 



Note— RATES, HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 
Locomotives.— 6 and 20 cents per mile; $4.93, $5, $6, $6.19, $7.50, $10, $12.82, and $15 per day. 

Passenger-train Cars.— 1, lh 2, 3, 4, and 20 cents per mile; $0.82, $1.37, $3, $4, $5, and $11.50 
per day. 



Freight-train Cars.— 12i 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 50, 52, 75, and 80 cents and $1 per 
per mile. 

Work Cars.-$1 per mile; $0.52, $1, $7.50, $10, $20, $25, and $26 per day. 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters - 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen - 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Total (including general officers) 

Less general officers — 

Total (excluding general officers) 

Distribution of Above— 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total (including general officers) 

Less general officers 

Total (excluding general officers) 

Total (including general officers) — entire 
line 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



13 
44 
302 
170 
406 
174 
209 
145 
131 
87 
222 
1,039 
128 
492 
162 
182 
725 



4,631 
13 



,618 



968 
1,415 



1,817 
346 



4,631 
13 



4,618 



18,415 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



4,745 
15, 967 

110,972 
58,275 

127, 277 
57,121 
70,304 
47,846 
99,127 
23,336 
74,229 

263,515 
36, 326 

166, 623 
57,978 
44,250 

198, 703 



1,456,594 
4,745 



1,451,849 



276,969 
383,895 
29,784 
638, 973 
126, 973 



1,456,594 
4,745 



1,451,849 



Total 
Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



58, 
147. 
209, 

98, 
156, 
261, 

99, 
174, 
162, 

70, 
173, 
397, 

68, 
169. 

31, 

87, 
431, 



417.48 
368.22 
168.56 

161. 13 
233. 15 
062.70 
145.68 
825.93 
544.09 
790. 32 
005. 41 
877.48 
015.61 
359.77 
500.89 
692.43 

769. 14 



Average 

Daily 
Compen- 
sation. 



2,796, 
58, 



937.99 
417.48 



2,738,520.51 



377,639.80 

710,293.22 

95,505.50 

1,290,602.44 

322,897.03 



2,796,937.99 
58,417.48 



2,738,520.51 



9,971,193. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



5bb 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number 
Passengers, 
Tonnage, etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



7,232,089 

304,534,596 

67,948 

42.11 



6,773,332 



,431,683 
1,881 

1 






Passenger Traffic— 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road — 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic— 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue- 
Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road--- 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight-— 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic— 

Operating revenues 

. Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue 11,196,110 

Net operating revenue per mile of road 2,498 



Dollars. Cts. Mills. 



11,297,846 

1,639,880,095 

365, 889 

145.15 



20,870,397 \ 

1 



4,656 
2 

29,810,267 

6,651 

1 

18, 614, 157 

4,153 

1 



Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 
Average number tons freight per loaded car-mile- 
Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 
Average number of freight cars per train-mile — 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



■ 12 
39 1 

5.22 j 

12.41 

201.39 

24.25 ! 

16.23 

7.14 

4,481.90 



6.57 
2.24 



7.29 
2.73 



3.09 



.09 



3.31 



356 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS-Entire Line-Continued. 



Classification. 



Item. 



Total. 



Locomotive Mileage— Revenue Service: 

Freight locomotive miles 

Passenger locomotive miles 

Mixed locomotive miles 

Special locomotive miles 

Switching locomotive miles 

Total revenue locomotive mileage 

Nonrevenue service locomotive miles — 
Car Mileage— Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles— 

Loaded 

Empty 

Caboose 

Total freight car miles 

Passenger Car Miles— 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 

Other passenger train cars 

Total passenger car miles 

Special Car Miles— 

Freight — loaded 

Caboose 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 

Other passenger train cars 

Total special car miles 

Total revenue car mileage 

Nonrevenue service car miles 

Train Mileage— Revenue Service: 

Freight train, miles = 

Passenger train miles ■» 

Mixed train miles 

Special train miles 

Total revenue train mileage 

Nonrevenue service train miles 



7,723,180 

7,297,356 

591,018 

18,624 

3,555,589 



132,141,012 

58,138,985 

7,198,672 



17,211,888 
8,248,504 
14,829,692 



108,266 

9,442 

43,674 

7,300 

6,758 



7,578,861 

7,180,652 

563,795 

18,360 



19, 185, 767 



775,330 



197,478,669 



40,290,084 



175, 440 



237,944,: 



5,479,659 



15,341,668 



775,325 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 



357 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS-State of North Carolina. 



Item. 


Number 
Passengers, 
Tonnage, etc. 


Revenue and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic — 




Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills: 




2,009,786 










65,258,970 
63,620 








Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of 
road- 










32.46 












1 469 586 


95 










73 


1 21 








02 


2 51 






1,853,956 

1,807 


27 








41 




Freight Traffic— 










3,881,418 

446,673,240 

435,459 
















Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road — 










115 08 












5,929,666 
1 


76 








52 


7.44 








01 


3 27 






9,780 


81 




Total Traffic— 












7,842,682 
7 645 


36 








80 








4,921,657 

4,798 

2,921,024 

2,847 


75 








10 








61 








70 




Average mileage operated during year- 


1,025.75 















358 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Freight 

Originating- 

on This 

Road. 



Freight Re- 
ceived from 
Connecting 
Roads and 

Other 
Carriers. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Agriculture— 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay 

Tobacco 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture 

Total 

Products of Animals— 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing-house products 

Poultry, game, and fish 

Wool 

Hides and leather 

Total 

Products of Mines— 

Anthracite coal 

Bituminous coal 

Stone, sand, and other like articles - 

Other products of mines 

Total 

Products of Forests— 

Lumber 

Other products of forests 

Total 

Manufactures— 

Petroleum and other oils 

Sugar 

Naval stores 

Iron, pig and bloom 

Iron and steel rails 

Other castings and machinery 



Whole Tons. 
12,738 

9,553 
12, 962 

6,451 
22, 920 
53,999 
45,012 
45,357 



208, 992 



Whole Tons. 
58,026 
41,538 
27,191 
26,349 
22, 931 
69,002 

200,721 
16,061 

461,819 



2,104 

2,839 

1,828 

22 

285 
7,078 



5,590 
2,874 



8,464 



696, 101 

372,258 

1,068,359 



25,266 
2,905 

12,859 

56 

2,217 

5,680 



Whole Tons. 

70, 764 

51,091 

40,153 

32,800 

45,851 

123,001 

245,733 

61,418 

670, 811 



6,965 

20,448 

807 

49 

1,259 



29, 



9,069 

23,287 

2,635 

71 

1,544 

36,606 



339,224 

27,830 
63, 178 



430,232 



344,814 

30,704 

63, 178 

438,696 



391,495 
108,564 



1,087,596 
480, 822 



500,059 



33, 797 
4,793 
3,214 
5,483 
6,265 

39,600 



59,063 
7,698 

16,073 
5,539 
8,482 

45,280 



Per Cent. 

1.82 
1.32 
1.04 
.85 
1.18 
3.17 
6.33 
1.58 
17.29 



1.63 
11.30 



28.02 
12.39 
40.41 



1.52 

.19 
.41 
.14 
.22 
1.17 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY, 



359 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-State of North Carolina-Continued. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight Re- 
ceived from 
Connecting 

Roads and 
Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures— Continued. 


Whole Tons. 
3 700 


1 
Whole Tons. 1 Whole Tons. 

90 QfiS ! 9A P.F.R 


Per Cent. 
64 




43 252 ! *n 7f)5 ' qs Q.V7 


2 42 




349 
3,886 

306 

4,504 

278,413 


2,261 
5,615 
4,911 
5,982 
230,321 


2,610 

9,501 

5,217 

10,486 

508,734 


07 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 


.25 
13 




27 




13 11 






Total 


383,393 


413.912 


797,305 


20 54 






Merchandise 

Miscellaneous— 

Other commodities not mentioned above — 


67,756 156,622 
52,029 93,175 


224, 378 
145,204 


5.78 
3.74 




1,796,071 j 2,085,347 


3,881,418 


100.00 






8 527 954 9 7kq 8Q9 


11,297,846 


100 00 











360 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT-Entire Line. 





Number 

on 

June 30, 

1909. 


Number 
Added 

During 
Year. 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1910. 


Number Fitted with 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives— Owned or Leased: 














Passenger j 


551 




5 


546 


546 


546 








118 




1 


117 


117 


117 








669 




6 


663 
663 


663 
663 


663 
663 




669 




6 






Cars— Owned or Leased: 












In Passenger Service— 














First-class cars 


256 


6 


88 


174 


174 


174 




59 


88 


3 


144 


144 


144 

119 

2 




118 


2 


1 


119 


119 




2 






2 


2 


Baggage, express and postal cars- 


155 




2 


153 


153 


153 






590 


96 


94 


592 


592 


592 


In Freight Service— 








16,846 

5,219 

128 


504 


361 


16,989 

5,152 
126 


16 897 


16,989 

5,152 
126 




80 


147 


5,012 
123 






2 




642 




3 


639 


639 


639 




5 






5 


5 


v 5 


Other cars in freight service 


1,116 


25 


30 


1,111 


397 


397 


Total 


23,956 


609 


543 


24,022 


23,073 


23,308 




In Company's Service— 
















14 


1 


2 


13 








402 


51 


2 


451 


436 


451 


Derrick cars 


91 


6 


6 


91 


73 


91 




253 


11 


5 


259 


250 


259 




461 


100 


30 


531 


370 


531 






Total 


1,221 


169 


45 


1,345 


1,142 


1,345 








25,767 


874 


682 


25,959 


24,807 


25,245 








25,767 


874 


682 


25,959 


24,807 


25,245 





ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



361 



MILEAGE-Entire Line. 
MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED-(All Tracks). 





Line Owned. 


Line 

Operated 

Under 

Lease. 


Line 
Operated 

Under 
Trackage 

Rights. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


Line in Use. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 

and 

Spurs. 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Miles of single track — 


2,848.01 
93.53 

822. 13 


1,519.57 


51.95 


71.24 


4,490.77 
93.53 

921.18 


14.75 

7.22 

22.30 


32.98 

79.08 


4,386.55 
93 53 


Miles of yard track 
and sidings 


99.05 






842 10 








Total mileage ope- 
rated 


3,763.67 


1,618.62 


51.95 


71.24 


5,505.48 


44.27 


112.06 


5,322.18 



MILEAGE OF LINE OPERATED, BY STATES- (Single Track). 





Line Owned. 


Line 

Operated 

Under 

Lease. 


Line 
Operated 

Under 
Trackage 

Rights. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


State. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 

and 

Spurs. 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 


107. 80 
599.04 
552.27 
568. 79 
877. 99 
142. 12 


31.33 
420. 24 
246.62 
138.37 
579. 13 
103.88 






139. 13 
1,025.75 

876.70 

717.95 
1,483.63 

247.61 


.29 

3.38 
1.05 

2.48 

2.48 

.28 


.06 
28.67 
4.25 


139 07 


1.25 
50.70 


5.22 

27.11 

10.79 

26.51 

1.61 


991.86 
845.34 
707 16 






1,457.12 
246 00 












Total mileage oper- 
ated 


2,848.01 


1,519.57 


51.95 


71.24 


4,490.77 


9.96 


32.98 


4,386.55 



MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED, BY STATES- (Single Track). 



State. 



Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Total mileage owned 



Line Owned. 



Main 
Line. 



107.80 
599.04 
552.27 
568.79 
877. 99 
142.12 



2,848.01 



Branches 

and 

Spurs. 



34.48 
420.24 
246. 62 
138.37 
583.03 
103.88 



1,526.62 



Total 
Mileage 
Owned. 



142.28 
1,019.28 

798.89 

707. 16 
1,461.02 

246.00 



4,374.63 



New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 



.29 
3.38 
1.05 

2.48 

2.48 

.28 



.96 



Rails. 



Iron. 



.06 

28.67 

4.25 



32.98 



Steel. 



142.22 
990.61 
794.64 
707.16 
1,461.02 
246.00 



4,341.65 



362 



X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



MILEAGE— State of North Carolina. 
MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED- (All Tracks). 





Line Owned. 


Line 

Operated 

Under 

Lease. 


Line 
Operated 

Under 
Trackage 

Rights. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


Line in Use. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 
and 

Spurs. 


Iron, i Steel. 


Miles of single track ~ 


599.04 
49.69 

192.40 


420.24 1.25 


5.22 


1,025.75 

49.69 

211.90 


3.38 
7 22 


28.67 


991.86 

49.69 


Miles of yard track 


19.50 






4.53 j 39.55 











Total mileage oper- 


841. 13 


439.74 1 1.25 


5.22 


1,287.34 


15.13 68.22 


1,213.90 





RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— State of North Carolina. 



New Rails Laid During Year. 


New Ties Laid During Year. 


Kind. 


Tons. 


Weight 
Per Yard, 
Pounds. 


Average 

Price Per 

Ton at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Dollars. 


Kind. 


Number. 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Cents. 


Steel- - -- -- 


1,247.15 
1.69 


85 
70 


29.59 
29.59 


Pine - - 


290,756 
27,950 
89,914 


33 19 


Steel 


Cypress 

Oak 

Total 


33.06 
41.19 




1,248.84 




29.59 


408, 620 


34 92 











CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES-State of North Carolina. 



Locomotives. 



Coal- 
Tons. 

Bitumi- 
nous. 



Wood- 
Cords. 
Soft. 



Total Fuel 

Consumed— 

Tons. 



Miles Run. 



Average Lbs. 
Consumed 
Per Mile. 



Revenue Service— 

Freight 

Passenger 

Mixed 

Special 

Switching 

Nonrevenue service- 
Total 



108,968 
82,086 
970 
210 
34,770 
12,325 



472 
80 



1,224 
440 



239,335 



3,816 



Average cost at distributing point-! $ 



1.85 



109, 768 
82,322 
1,010 
210 
35,388 
12,545 



2,064,359 

1,700,109 

20,909 

4,302 

653,568 

250,877 



241,243 



4,694,124 



106.00 
97.00 
97.00 
98.00 
108.00 
100. 00 



103.00 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



363 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President- 


N. S. Meldrum 


Portsmouth, Va., and New 


Vice President 


C. H. Hix 


York, N. Y. 
Portsmouth. Va. 


Vice President 


C. R. Capps 


Norfolk, Va. 


Secretary. r 


D. C. Porteous 


New York, N. Y. 


Treasurer and Assistant Secretary 


R. L. Nutt 


Portsmouth, Va. # 


General Counsel 


Legh R. Watts 


Portsmouth, Va. 


Comptroller _ 


T. W. Roby. •__ 


Portsmouth, Va. 


General Manager 


C. H. Hix 


Portsmouth, Va. 


Chief Engineer _ 


W. L. Seddon. . 


Portsmouth, Va. 


General Freight Agent _ _______ 


L. E. Chalenor _ _ 


Norfolk, Va. 


General Passenger Agent _ 


C. B. Ryan...' 









DIRECTORS. 

James A. Blair, New York, N. Y.; F. Q. Brown, New York, N. Y.; Wallace B. Donham, 
Boston, Mass.; H. R. Duval, New York, N. Y.; H. Jennings, Washington, D. C; L. F. Loree, 
New York, N. Y.; N. S. Meldrum, New York, N. Y.; J. W. Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; H. C. 
Perkins, Washington, D. C; H. Clay Pierce, New York, N. Y.; John B. Ramsey, Baltimore, 
Md.; N. B. Ream, New York, N. Y.; Walter F. Risen, New York, N. Y.; Townsend Scott, 
Baltimore, Md.; C. Sidney Shepard, New Haven, Conn.; Y. Vanden Burg, New York, N. Y.; 
S. Davies Warfield, Baltimore, Md.; George W. Watts, Durham, N. C; John Skelton Williams, 
Richmond, Va.; B. F. Yoakum, New York, N. Y. 



364 



N. C. CORPORATION- COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED— State of North Carolina 

1. Line owned by respondent: 3. 

A. Main Line. 4. 

B. Branches and spurs. 

2. Line operated by respondent, but owned 

by another corporation, control being 5. 
secured through stock ownership. 



Line operated under lease for specified sum. 

Line operated under contract or agreement , 
or where the rent is contingent upon 
earnings or other considerations. 

Line operated under trackage rights. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 


Virginia State Line . _ 
Virginia State Line _ _ 
Virginia State Line.. 
Weld on 


Wel don 


18.40 

32.30 

7.50 

96.20 

96.60 

264.63 

14.30 

7.00 

41.40 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

4.51 




Lewiston _ _ 






Norlina 






Raleigh 






Raleigh _ _ _ 


Hamlet _ 






Wilmington 

Monroe _ _ _ 


Rutherfordton 

S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 

Durham . . _. 




a 


Hamlet _ _ . 






Henderson . _ _ _ 














Moncure _ _ _ _ 


Pittsboro 






Ellenboro _ _ . 


Caroleen 






Mill Junction 

Dickerson ^ _ _ 

Roanoke Junction 

Patterson Cotton 
Mills Spur_ 


Henrietta Mills 

Oxford 






Roanoke Rapids 


610.44 


1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 


2.54 
.97 




Hilton .... 


Navassa 


3.51 
2.40 


4. — Wilmington Railway 
Bridge Co. 














Total 


616.35 













PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line. 



1 A. 



-Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 



Hermitage 

Portsmouth... 

Weldon 

Raleigh 

Wilmington. _. 

Monroe 

Belt Junction. 

Hamlet 

Cheraw 



Norlina 

Weldon 

Raleigh 

Hamlet 

Rutherfordton 
Belt Junction. 

Howells 

Cheraw 

Camden 



102.10 


78.60 


96.20 


96.60 


264.63 


261.10 


8.10 


18.28 


54.94 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



365 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 

Railway — Con. . 


Camden 


Columbia 


32.66 

138.55 

16.99 

262.99 

138.96 

209.06 

155.70 

155.44 

41.40 

4.51 

35.00 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

10.33 

88.00 

30.80 

2.08 

4.38 

20.35 

.25 

28.75 

14.40 

.69 

1.30 

70.35 

2.23 

56.76 

7.65 

9.84 

4.33 

53.34 

3.65 

38.83 

13.13 






Columbia _ _ _ 


Savannah . _ 






Savannah _ _ 


Meldrim _ 






Lyons 


Montgomery 

Jacksonville 

River Junction 

Cedar Key _ . 






Savannah. 






Jacksonville 

Fernandina 






Waldo. . .. 


Tampa 






Henderson 


Durham 






Dickerson 


Oxford. 






Boykins 


Lewiston 






Franklinton 

Moncure 


Louisburg 






Pittsboro 






Ellenboro 


Caroleen.. 




' 


Mill Junction 

Lawrenceville 

Columbus. 


Henrietta Mills 

Logansville 

Albany __ 






Abbeville . 


Ocillo 

Hutchison Island 

Monticello 






Savannah 

Drifton. 






Tallahassee 

Fernandina. 


St. Mark's 

Amelia Beach 

Early Bird. .. 






Archer _ 






Early Bird 

Dunnellon 

Dunnellon 

Wildwood 

Sumterville Junction. 

Starke 

Summerfield 

Buda _ . 


Dunnellon Depot 

Connection near Blue 

River. 
Camp's Railway 

Lake Charm 

Sumterville 


' 




Waunee . 






Lake Weir ... 












Turkey Creek 

Durant _ 


Daurant 

Sarasota 






Sarasota^ 

St. Mark's Junction. _ 
Plant City 


Fruit ville _ 






Waylonzo 

Welcome 





366 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway — Con, _. 


Speme 


Great Falls 


21.43 

163.27 

22.84 

3.29 

8.65 

.85 

2.51 






Howells 


Birmingham 

Cartersville 






Rockmart _ 






Jacksonville, Ala 

Coal Citv- - - - _ _ 


Gredegar _ . 






Pell City__ 






N. S. Connection 

Birmingham 

Roanoke Junction 

Early Bird__ _ .__ 


Jacksonville, Fla 

Freight Yard Jet. 

Roanoke Rapids__ 

Spur 


2,883.69 


1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 


2.54 

.60 

1.95 

5.00 

43.45 




Quincy (Owl Mills) __ 

Belt Junction 

Various spurs 


Spur 






Inman Park 






Lyons 


Meldrim 


53.54 
57 65 


3. — Central of Georgia 




4. — Wilmington Railway 
Bridge Co. . 


Hilton _____ 


Navassa__ 




2 40 


5. — Line operated under 


W. and A., Howells__ 

Birmingham Belt 

Frisco Frt. Yd. Jct.__ 

R. M. and F., Bes- 
semer 


Atlanta 


3.00 
.07 

14.88 

.10 






Birmingham 

Bessemer 

Bessemer 


18.11 






Total mileage operated 


3,015.39 













Note. — The above does not include 10.13 miles from Hamlet to Gibson, leased; 2 miles, 
Amelia Beach Branch, leased; 1.90 miles, Silver Springs Branch, leased. 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 


Character of Business. 


State. 


Book 
Value. 


Rail and other track material _ 


Industries 


System. _ 


$316,897.16 









SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



36 y 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Description. 



Number 
of Shares 
Authorized 



Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 



Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 



Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing. 



Total Par 
Value Held 

by Re- 
spondent 

in 
Treasury. 



Total Par 

Value 
Not Held 

by Re- 
spondent. 



Capital stock — common _ . 
preferred. . 
Total 1,000,000 



750,000 $ 100.00 $ 75,000,000 $37,516,000 $ 496,600 i $37,019,400 
250,000 100.00 25,000,000 25,000,000 1,105,900 ; 23,894,100 



100.00 100,000,000 62,516,000 1,602,500 60,913,500 



Purpose of the Issue. 



Total 
Number 
of Shares 

Out- 
standing. 



Issued for additions and betterments . 

( Common 
Issued for reorganization — < 

{ Preferred 

Total 



2,000 
373,160 
250,000 



625,160 



368 



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SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



373 



RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT-Continued. 



Purpose of the Issue. 


Total Par 

Value 
Issued 
During 

Year. 


Cash 

Realized on 

Amount 

Issued 

During , 

Year. 


Issued for cash . _____-_._ 


$ 18,000,000 


$ 11,700,000 


Issued for refundment of securities — 







S. A. L. Ry. general mortgage 5s at par 6,345,000 

Past-due interest on S. A. L. Ry. par general mortgage 5s 634,500 

Issued for reorganization — 

Hel d in trust 

Totals 



20,500 



25,000,000 11,700,000 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


1 

Total 
i Par Value 
Outstanding. 


Assignment 

to 
Railways. 


Amount Per 
Mile of Line. 




Remarks. 




Miles. 


Amount. 




Capital stock 

Funded debt 


J $ 62,516,000 
J 128,292,000 


$62,516,000 
128,292,000 


2,951.26 
2,951.26 


$ 21,183 
43,470 


Funded debt per mile com- 
puted on bonded liability 
in the hands of the public 
as well as on "treasury" 
bonds. 


Totals 


J 190,808,000 


190,808,000 


2,951.26 


64,653 



DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES. 

On Funded Debt. 





Net Amount of Discount. 


Class of Bond or Obligation. 


Total. 


Charged to 
Income or 

Profit 
and Loss. 


To be Charged 

During 

Remaining 

Life of 
Security. 


S. A. L. Ry. adjustment mortgage bonds — income- 
interest cumulation __ _ -_ _- 


$ 6,300,000 & 105.000 


$ 6,195,000 











374 



N.- C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 



Account. 



From Current 
Funds. 



Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Widening cuts and fills 

Tunnel improvement s : _. . 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Increased weight of rail 

Improved frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and other material 

Ballast 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Fencing right of way 

Improvement of over and under grade crossings 

Track elevation, elimination of grade crossings, etc. 

Interlocking apparatus 

Block and other signal apparatus . 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildin gs and fixtures 

Shops, enginehouses and turntables 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Grain elevators and storage warehouses 

Dock and wharf property ' 

Miscellaneous structures 

Equipment 

Interest and commissions 

Total — entire line 



42,505.02 

190,481.68 

9,443.73 

14,912.25 

324,452.11 

54,414.19 

2,581.83 

16,821.49 

132,172.86 

138,602.17 

111,120.85 

16,133.03 

5,499.44 

12,626.27 

5,472.08 

5.00 

30.614.23 

85,651.56 

13,255.71 

2,468.44 

1,507.94 

97,953.76 

22,853 54 

60,561.07 

1,390,390.80 

22,298.16 



2,804,799.21 



SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



iD 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907. 



Account. 



Expenditures for New 

Lines or Extensions 

During Year. 



From 
Current 
Funds. 



From 
Special 

Appropria- 
tions. 

[See Note.] 



Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year. 



Total Ex- Total Ex- 
penditures, penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1909. 



July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1910. 



Road — 

Engineering $18,324.23 

Right of way and station grounds 3,395. 40 

Real estate I 

Grading 121 ,057.98 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles and culverts. __ 22,886.15 

Ties 57 ,702 . 22 

Rails 107,753.30 

Frogs and switches 6,698.37 

Track fastenings and other 

material I 20 , 431 . 59 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing- . 

Roadway tools 

Fencing right of way 

Crossings and signs 



,145.60 
15.00 



323.29 



Interlocking and other signal 
apparatus 



Telegraph and telephone lines, _ 3,336.87 

Station buildings and fixtures __ 5,359.04 

Shops, enginehouses and turn- 
tables 



Shop machinery and tools. 

Water stations 

Fuel stations 

St orage warehouses 

Dock and wharf property. 

Electric-light plants 

Miscellaneous structures. . 

Repairs of equipment 

Cost of road purchased 



1,998.35 
440.90 



20.98 
i,990.55 



Totals 445,879.82 



$ 16,503.36 
39,400.27 

190,028.25 
66,324.69 
14,912.25 

407,459.47 
22,205.63 

104,115.75 
13,773.11 

25,852.86 
113,496.22 
41,536.86 



$ 44,078.90 $ 78,906.49 

173,707.74 ; 216,503.41 

2,130.75 

65,656.75 



16,133.03 



5,502.25 
30,614.23 

85,651.56 

13,255.71 

2,468.44 

1,502.34 

5.60 

97,953.76 

22,853.54 



60,561.07 



290,482.76 
48,528.37 

206,231.95 
30,010.18 

70,470.65 

138,455.93 

81,316.69 

19.40 

3,607.58 

13,602.76 



192,159.00 
253,039.42 

14,912.25 
720,828.38 
128,436.22 
418,101.00 

50,481.66 

116,755.10 

251,952.15 

161,999.15 

34.40 

19,740.61 

13,926.05 



2,589.56 I 8,091.81 
17,867.48 j 51,818.58. 
83,521.69 ! 174,532.29 



299,345.70 

124,997.50 

19,826.96 

75,214.89 

16,103.54 

267,375.60 

1,481.49 

16,897.88 

3.50 



i, 140, 187. 59 



16,140,187.59 



1,392,110.25 2,093,526.20 



312,601.41 

127,465.94 

23,327.65. 

75,661.39 

114,057.30 

290,229.14 

1,481.4ft 

77,458.95 

24.48 

16,177,178.14 



20,071,703. 



376 



N\ C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



Note. — Cost of Road Purchased — 

Atlanta and Birmingham Air Line Ry $ 13,787,810.93 

Florida West Shore Ry 1,053,363.47 

Catawba Valley Ry 467,473.00 

Tallahassee, Perry and Southeastern Ry 363,310.22 

Plant City, Arcadia and Gulf Ry 194,946.19 

Atlanta, Sewanee River and Gulf Ry 273,283.78 

Total 16,140,187.59 

Cost of Equipment Purchased — 

Atlanta and Birmingham Air Line Ry 78,298.15 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907. 





Expenditures for New 

Lines or Extensions 

During Year. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year. 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1909. 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 


Account. 


From 
Current 
Funds. 


From 
Special 
Appropria- 
tions.* 


July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1910. 


Equipment — 

Acquired from A. and B.A.L.Ry. 
Steam locomotives _ _ _ _ 


$ 


$ 78,298.15 


$_. 


$ $ 78,298 15 






299,309.43 


1 
503,370.98 802,680.41 


Adjustments 






1,235,189.57 1,235,189.57 








145,807.26 

906,790.13 

38,464.48 

19.50 


tl,229.98 144,577.28 
2,094,352.12 3,001,142.25 












91,694 62 130.159 10 






t 102. 28 


t82.78 


Total 










78,298.15 1,390,390.80 


3,923,275.03 
100.00 


5,391,963 98 


General Expenditures — 

Insurance _ _____ 


.. 


100.00 


Interest and commissions _ _ 






22,298.16 


22,298.16 


Other expenditures _ _ _ _ _ 


1,000.00 






1,000.00 










Total __ _____ 


1,000.00 
445,879.82 




22,298.16 


100.00 
2,093,526.20 


23,398.16 


Recapitulation — 

Road __ 


16,140,187.59 
78,298.15 


1,392,110.25 

1,390,390.80 

22,298.16 


20.071.703 86 


Equipment _ _ _ _ _ 


3,923,275.03 5,391,963.98 




1,000.00 


100.00 23,398.16 










Total — entire line 


446,879.82 


16,218,485.74 2.804.799 21 


6,016,901.23 25. 487.066 00 













*See previous note. fCredit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



377 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount — 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 

Road $113,979,096.41 

Equipment 11 ,511 ,734. 55 



Investment since June 30, 1907. 



25,487,066.00 



Total _ . 






150,977,896.96 


Reserve for accrued depreciation — credit 


797,962.87 










Net total . ______ 


150,179,934.09 


Cost per mile of line ______ 


50,886.72 


*ADJUSTMENTS. 








Initial payments on Trusts "I" and "K" prior to June 30, 1907, although equip- 
ment was received and taken into operation subsequent to that date 


701,926.34 


Proportion of equipment charged to depreciation reserve at June 30, 1909, 
charged to equipment, thereby restoring depreciation reserve 


now 


533,263.23 












1,235,189.57 



*See page 376. 



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N. C. CORPORATION commission. 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 

Operating revenues. _ _ 


$19,662,527.27 
12,888,803.81 


$ 6,773,723.46 
33,355.91 




Operating expenses 








Net operating revenue _ 






Outside operations: 


107,639.51 
140,995.42 












Net deficit from outside operations 












Total net revenue _ 


6,740,367.55 
722,734.12 




Taxes accrued 












Operating income 




$6,017,633 43 


Other Income — 

Rents accrued from lease of road 




3,307.99 

112,005.67 

30,816.67 

10,219.99 
525.00 




Other rents — Credit: 


42,799.71 

68,443.96 

762.00 








Miscellaneous rents. _ 








Dividends declared on stocks owned or con- 
trolled. 






Interest accrued on funded debt owned or con- 
trolled. 






Miscellaneous income . _ 












Total other income 




156,875.32 










Gross corporate income 


6,174,508.75 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 
Rents accrued for lease of other roads 




51,000.00 

96,905.30 

4,086,568.39 

179,202.55 

105,000.00 




Other rents — Debits: 
Joint facilities 


82,890.30 
14,015.00 




Miscellaneous rents. . . 








Interest accrued on funded debt. 






Other interest 






Extinguishment of discount on securities.. 












Total deductions from gross corporate in- 
come 




4,518,676.24 










Net corporate income _ ____„__ 


1,655,832.51 










Balance for year carried forward to credit of 
profit and loss 


1,655,832.51 











SEABOARD AIR LIXE RAILWAY. 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 



Debit. Credit 



Balance June 30, 1909 12,293,256.14 

Deductions for Year — 

Special expenses of receivership 645,947.93 

Special expenses of reorganization 322,374.01 

Miscellaneous account s written off ■' 32, 169. 10 

Balance credit, June 30, 1910, carried to general balance sheet __ 2,539,574.80 



5,833,321.98 

Balance for year brought forward from income account $1,655,832.51 

Additions for Year — 

Sundry reserve heretofore carried as a liability, written off ■_ 1,822,029.45 

Sundry accounts with proprietarv companies heretofore carried 

as deferred liability, written off 2,348,654.95 

Miscellaneous accounts, written off 6,805.07 



5,833,321.98 



380 



K". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING REVENUES— State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation- 
Freight revenue 



Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Other passenger-train revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue. 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue _.. 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 



Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Storage — freight 

Storage — baggage 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation. 

Joint facilities revenue — credit 

Total operating revenues — State 

Total operating revenues — entire line 



% 4,347,309.45 



888,536.05 

9,615.36 

117,795.38 

202,097.78 

262.03 



1,218,306. 



19,160.53 

12,161.23 

23.02 



5,596,960.83 



1,632.05 
21,893.70 
231.25 
9,539.24 
9,635.32 
7,633.50 



50,565.06 



947.82 



5,648,473.71 
19,662,527.27 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 


Par Value. 


Dividends 
or Interest. 


Stocks — 

Stocks of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral" 
Stocks of railway companies — active 

Stocks of railway companies — inactive 


$1,602,500.00 

1,606,883.00 

183,700.00 


$ 

416.67 


Stocks of other than railway companies — active 

Stocks of other than railway companies — inactive 


1,098,400.00 
25,000.00 


30,400.00 




Total 


4,516,483 00 l 30,816.67 






Funded Debt — 

Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as col- 


32,831,500.00 

242,000.00 

50,000.00 

4,666.00 




Funded debt of railway companies — active 

Funded debt of railway companies — inactive 


10,079.99 


Funded debt of other than railway companies — active 


140.00 


Totals 


33,128,166.00 


10,219.99 







MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. 



Name of Corporation. 



Name of Par Value K f Tntermprliarv 

Security Held, of Holdings.: Wame ot intermediary. 



Georgia and Alabama Terminal Co... Stock. 



$ 300,000.00 Georgia Construction Co. 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 

ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1910. 



Name of Fund and Security. 



Sinking and redemption funds. 



Cash in Fund. 



53,871 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



385 



RESERVES. 



Designation. 



Amount. 



Operating Reserves — 

Loss and damage, personal injury and overcharge claims 

Replacement of property 

Total 

Reserves from Income or Surplus — 
Not specifically invested: 

Reserve from surplus for doubtful accounts, etc 



$ 358,139.79 
61,747.47 



419,887.26 



75,416.51 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES. 

TEMPORARY ADVANCES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES. 



Name of Company 

Tampa Terminal Co 

North Carolina Terminal Co 

Georgia Construction Co 

Birmingham Terminal Co 

Total 



Amount. 



$ 3,107.13 

140,379.36 

49,777.78 
2,066.66 



195,330.93 



Corp. 2- 



-25 



386 



H". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line. 



Account. 



Amount. 



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Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence : 

Ballast 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand and ice 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle-guards and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — Dr. 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — Cr. 

Total — maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger-train cars — repairs 

Passenger-train cars — renewals 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Freight-train cars — renewals 

Freight-train cars — depreciation 

Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 



114,424.72 

2,858.11 

417,153.02 

119,925.54 

140,380.03 

956,311.30 

434.75 

16,324.33 

498,583.64 

8,949.40 

17,282.85 

650.65 

6,103.22 

232,786.10 

45,390.44 

34,135.80 

14,765 98 

3,221.60 

7,422.35 

43,325.61 

27,635.28 



2,652,794.16 



76,948.93 

1,000,180.04 

8,732.59 

65,879.93 

299,801.25 

16,567.75 

25,338.63 

850,712.90 

26,581.43 

160,240.15 

10,359.46 

847.53 



4.31 

.11 

15.73 

4.52 

5.29 

36.04 

.02 

.62 

18.79 

.34 

.65 

.03 

.23 

8.77 

1.71 

1.29 ; 

.56 

.12 

.28 

1.63 

1.04 



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2.82 

36.64 

.32 

2.41 

10.99 

.61 

.93 

31.17 

.98 

5.85 

.38 

.03 



.02 
3.24 

.93 
1.09 
7.42 



.13 

3.87 

.07 

.13 



.05 
1.80 
.35 
.26 
.11 
.03 
.06 
.34 
.21 



23.58 



7.76 
.07 
.51 

2.32 
.13 
.20 

6.60 
.20 

1.24 



SEABOARD AIR LUTE RAILWAY 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 



Amount . 



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2.02 


.43 


.07 


.02 


.20 


.04 


3.53 


.75 


.53 


.11 


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.04 


.03 


.01 


.34 


.07 


.03 


.01 



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27.63 
44.07 



21.18 



1.47 
2.34 



Maintenance of Equipment — Continued. 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work e quipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 5,508.91 

Shop machinery and t ools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr 

Total — maintenance of equipment 2. 729. $69. 65 

Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 189 , 109 . 69 

Out side agencies 301 , 625 . 67 

Advertising 

Traffic associations , 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car-service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 



46,999.58 


6.87 


.37 


22.602.40 


3.30 


.17 


1,372.42 


.20 


.01 


26,070.50 


3. SI 


.20 


95,879.51 


14.01 


.74 


73S.24 


.11 


.01 


6S4.39S.01 


100.00 


5.31 


140.303.15 


2.25 


1.09 


92.74S.26 


1.49 


.72 


1.233.772.24 


19.79 


9.57 


36.4S7.22 


.59 


.28 


68,703.30 


1.10 


.53 


90.335.27 


1.45 


.70 


160,01.0.47 


2.57 


1.24 


4.261.67 


.07 


.03 


9,329.23 


.15 


.07 


135.719.72 


2. IS 


1.05 


28.211.87 


.45 


.22 


190,413.04 


3.05 


1.48 


10.0S9.42 


.16 


.08 


2.82S.42 


.05 


.02 



388 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 



Amount. 


03 


S 3,272.66 


.05 


112,986.85 


1.81 


59,588.66 


.96 


726,002.09 


11.65 


114,657.69 


1.84 


1,490,517.52 


23.91 


75,596.19 


1.21 


24,061.16 


.39 


22,199.02 


.36 


546,613.41 


8.77 


172,963.91 


2.77 


8,569.13 


.14 


18,765.30 


.30 


10,755.00 


.17 


32,842.19 


.53 


52,033.55 


.83 


50,368.57 


.81 


66,279.17 


1.06 


3,141.99 


.05 


119,899.28 


1.92 


3,968.97 


.06 


90,038.69 


1.44 


102,571.31 


1.65 


250,716.48 


4.02 


5,137.66 


.08 


13,193.87 


.21 


6,234,388.54 


100.00 


55,435.87 


9.44 


202,845.97 


34.53 


20,334.35 


3.46 


127,474.65 


21.70 


136,269.03 


23.20 


1,980.00 


.34 


18,733.86 


3.19 



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Transportation Expenses — Continued. 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation. 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total — Transportation expenses 

General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 



SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



389 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 


Amount. 


Ratio to Total 
of General 
Account, %. 


13 
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General Expenses — Continued. 


$ 18,401.88 

6,543.66 

656.82 


3.13 

1.12 

.11 


14 


General administration joint tracks, yards and termi- 
nals — Dr. ._ _ .- - _ _ _ 


1.05 


General administration joint tracks, yards and termi- 
nals — Cr._ ___ _ __ _____ __ 








Total — general expenses _ ________ 


587,362.45 


100.00 


4 56 






Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures _ _ _ _ 


2,652,794.16 
2,729,860.65 

684,398.01 
6,234,388.54 

587,362.45 




20 58 


Maintenance of equipment. _ __ 




21 18 






5 31 


Transportation expenses __ _____ 




48.37 


General expenses.. ______ 




4.56 








Total operating expenses, ____________ 


12,888,803.81 




100 00 








Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 
65.55 per cent. 

Operating Expenses — State of North Carolina — 

Maintenance of way and' structures. _ . _ _ _ _ 


676,829.95 
600,015.71 
147,305.35 
1,605,190.12 
132,589.38 




21.40 


Maintenance of equipment _ ______ 




18.98 


Traffic expenses. _. _ .. 




4 66 


Transportation expenses _ __ ..____ 




50 77 


General expenses _ 




4.19 








Total operating expenses __.. _ __ 


3,161,930.51 




100.00 








Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 
55.98 per cent. 









OUTSIDE OPERATIONS— SUMMARY. 



Designation. 



Dining and special car service. 



Revenues. 



$ 107,639.51 



Expenses. 



$ 140,995.42 



Net 
Revenue 

or 
Deficit. 



$*33,355.91 



: Deficit. 



390 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 
FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Joint Tracks — 








Main line tracks 


Weldon, N. C, to Garys._ 


A. C. L. R. R 


S 12,394.82 




Archer, Fla., to Morriston 


A. C. L. R. R 


10,162.21 




Welborn, Fla 


Fla. and Ga. Ry. _ _____ 


240.00 




Tavares to Ellsworth Jet., 
Fla 


Tavares and Gulf Ry. 


180.00 




Wellington, Ala., to Car- 
tersville, Ga. 


L. and N. R. R 

Norfolk Southern R. R 


32,945.23 




Raleigh, N. C 


1,554.21 




Richland to Kimbrough, 

Ga 


Ga., Fla. and Ala. Ry._ _ 


1,666.80 


Joint Yards and 
Terminals — 










Cordele, Ga. 


Atlanta, Birmingham and 








8 60 




Live Oak, Fla 


L. 0. P. and G. R. R 


100.00 






Florida Ry 

Sewanee River and White 
Springs Ry. 


100.00 




Live Oak, Fla. 








200.00 




Raleigh, N. C 


Norfolk Southern R. R 


596.14 




Raleigh, N. C. 




*305.61 




Raleigh, N. C. 


Raleigh and Southport Ry. 


269.09 




Maxton, N. C 


Atlantic Coast Line R. R 


110.00 




Aberdeen, N. C. _ 


Aberdeen and Ashboro Ry. 


7.47 




Suffolk, Va. 


Virginian Ry. 


202.02 




Silver Springs, Fla 


Howard Steamboat Co 


10.00 




Silver Springs, Fla 


Ocala Northern 


7,98 


Freight facilities 


Cordele, Ga. 


Ga. Southwestern and Gulf 
R. R 






Durham, N. C 


780.00 




Durham and S. C. R. R 


1,016.60 




Durham, N. C 


Durham and Southern Ry. 


2,724.11 








143.88 




Tampa, Fla. 


Tampa Northern Ry 


540.00 


Freight and Passen- 
ger, facilities 


Various 




2,790.41 










Total 


68,443.96 









"Credit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



391 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 

FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Carthage Branch 


Cameron, N. C, to Carthage, 
N. C . 

Hamlet to Gibson, N. C 

Silver Springs Jet. to Silver 
Springs, Fla. 


Randolph and Cumber- 
land Ry. 


$ 1,440.00 


Gibson Branch 


North and South Caro- 
lina R. R. _ ___ 


1,178.47 


Silver Springs Branch_ 


Ocala Northern R. R._ 


689.52 








Total 


3,307.99 











MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description of 
Property. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Use of track _ 


Bet. McCaine and Woodstock, 
Fla 

• 

Delaware Park, Va 


C. J. McGehee & Co 

Baker-Minton Lumber Co. 




Use of siding 


$ 562.00 
200.00 






Total. _ . . 


762.00 











MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 



Source of Income. 



Net 

Miscellaneous 

Income. 



Sale of timber on land . 



525.00 



39; 



BT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS PAYABLE. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessor. 


Amount. 


Joint Tracks — 








Waterworks track. _ 


Montgomery, Ala 

Howells to Atlanta 


C. of Ga. Ry _ 


$ 500 00 


Passenger train track 


N. C. and St. L. Ry ■ 


13,541 60 


Bridge and track 


Hilton to Navassa, N. C... 


Wilmington Ry. Bridge Co.__ 


5,425.00 


Compress track 


Americus, Ga... .... 


C. of Ga. Ry. 


106 05 


Connecting track 


Gainesville, Fla 


A. C. L. R. R 


186.70 


Connecting track. 


Collins, Ga. __ . _ 


Wadlev Southern R. R. 


1.27 


Use of track 


Birmingham to Bessemer- 


K. C. and M. 0. B. R. R 


7,764.39 


Joint Yards and 
Terminals — 








Passenger stations _. 


Jacksonville, Fla 


Jacksonville Term. Co 


13,266.90 




Columbus, Ga 


C. of Ga. Ry. 


588.38 




Savannah, Ga _ _ 


Savannah Union Station Co.__ 


14,466.01 




Pembroke, N. C 


A. C. L. R. R 


50.88 




Durham, N. C._ 


Durham Union Station Co 


443.30 




Raleigh, N. C 


North Carolina R. R. 


988.78 




Atlanta, Ga 


N. C. and St. L. Ry 


1,666.60 




Montgomery, Ala._ _ _ 


L.,and N. R. R..» 


1,487.33 




Denmark, S. C _ 


Southern Ry. ._ 


*85.97 




Wilmington, N. C 

Albany, Ga 


A. C. L. R. R . 


3,130.32 




A. C. L. R. R 


26.20 




Lincolnton, N. C 


Carolina and Northwestern 


147.50 




Various _ ._ 




19,189.06 










Total 


82,890.30 











*Credit. 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Amount. 


Lyons Branch of C. of Ga. Ry. 
Belt R R of Columbus Ga. 




$ 43,500.00 




7,500.00 








Total 


51,000.00 









SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



393 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 
MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description of 
Property. 


Location. 


Name of Lessor. 


Amount. 


Rental of right of way_ 
Rental of right of way _ 


Durham, N. C. 


Southern Ry. 


$ 600 00 


Portsmouth, Va 


City of Portsmouth 


2,815.00 


Rental of land _ _ 


Richmond, Va.__ _• 


N. W. Rowe, So. agent of A. D. 
Williams 






Jacksonville, Fla 

McRae, Ga._ 


600.00 


Rental of right of way_ 


Dexter Hunter _ _ » 


9,000 00 




McRae Terminal Co. 


1,000.00 










Total 


14,015 00 











HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 
EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 


Total 
Compensation. 


Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive 

Days or 

Car Days. 


Locomotive 

Miles or 
Car Miles. 


Accrued on Equipment Borrowed — 

Passenger locomotives _ _____] 


1,212 

1,467 

2,393,588 

3 






Freight locomotives _____ _ --- r 


$ 6,061.72 


Work locomotives _______ J 


1,232,619 
263 




Passenger train cars _ _ _ 


42,869 58 


Freight train cars _ 


637,729 85 


Work cars. ________ _____ 


45 44 








Totals 


2,396,270 


1,232,882 


686,706 59 






Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 

Passenger locomotives _ _ _ _ 1 


3,338 

1,908 

2,780,052 

92 


43,288 

1,405,329 
102,722 




Freight locomotives y 


20,153 26 


Work locomotives _ _ _ J 




Passenger train cars__ 


49,180 77 


Freight train cars_ _ _ _ _ 


742,168 14 


Work cars 


1,589.48 








Totals. _ _______ 


2,785,390 


1,551,339 


813,091 65 







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CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount 
Payable. 


Equipment interchanged 

Private cars . _ . __^_ 


$ 813,091.65 


$ 686,706.59 
83,585.35 








Totals 


813,091.65 

42,799.71 


770,291 94 


Balance 









TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS. 
FOR REPORTING COMPANY'S OWNED AND PROPRIETARY LINES. 





Ad Valorem Tax. 


Specific Tax. 


State. 


On the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property. 


On the Value 

of Stocks or 

Bonds, or on 

Valuation 

Based on 

Earnings, 

Dividends or 

Other Results 

of Operation. 


1 1 

j On Traffic, 
n | On Gross or Some 
«5+™v or Net ! Physical Total. 
RrmH= i Earnings, i Quality of 
t nnn = ' Revenue i Property 
i°t* ' or Divi- ; Operated, 
J " Lt ~ dends. or on 

Privilege. 


Virginia ... 


$ 62,722.59 
141,983.40 
78,869 29 


$ 


$ 50.00 $ 9,696.99 i $ ! $ 72,469.58 


North Carolina 




3,114.90 145,098.30 


South Carolina _ 




i : 

1,195 98 80,065.27 


Georgia 


157,864 53 9-790 54 


100 00 167,755.07 


Florida 

Alabama 


204.555.97 
42,233.23 




1 
i 10,556.70 215,112 67 

42,233.23 








Totals 


688,229.01 9,790.54 


150.00 10,892.97 13,671.60 722,734.12 

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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 


Number 

on 
June 30. 


Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 


Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 


Average 

Daily 
Compen- 
sation. 


General officers _ 


16 

6 

150 

93 
415 
105 
129 

73 
290 

93 

91 
225 

97 
953 

34 

125 

2 

502 


1,201 

2,140 

50,743 

22,599 

125,055 
27,354 
27,441 
17,781 
66,700 
20,087 
19,774 
61,960 
34,027 

192,606 

11,289 

31,340 

859 

132,112 


$ 21,682.35 
16,597.28 

116,614.19 
41,439.71 

187,691.48 

140,708.58 
56,992.12 
68,331.37 

105,981.49 
61,710.10 
52,051.99 

133,355.76 
58,513.09 

207,376.58 

13,581.41 

60,796.05 

1,788.93 

214,577.32 


$ 18 05 


Other officers ______ 


7 76 


General office clerks _ 


2.30 


Station agents 


1.83 


Other station men 


1 50 


Enginemen _ _ 


5 14 


Firemen _ _ _ _ 


2.08 


Conductors _ 


3.84 


Other trainmen _ 


1.59 


Machinists _ _ _ _ 


3.07 


Carpenters 


2.63 


Other shopmen _ _ _ _ _ 


2.15 


Section foremen . 


1.72 


Other trackmen 


1.08 


Switch/tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen. 
Telegraph operators and dispatchers 


1.20 
1.94 


Employees — account floating equipment 

All other employees and laborers _ _ _ _ 


2.08 
1.62 






Total (including general officers) 

Less general officers _ _ _ 


3,399 
16 


845,068 
1,201 


1,559,789.80 
21,682.35 


1.85 
18.05 






Total (excluding general officers) 


3,383 


843,867 


1,538,107.45 


1.82 


Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 


1,050 

409 

61 

1,758 

110 

11 


226,633 
101,821 

22,023 
458,641 

32,054 
3,896 


265,889.67 
247,117.85 

71,360.57 
886,569.90 

83,533.23 
5,318.58 


1.17 
2.43 


Traffic expenses 


3.24 




1.93 


General expenses 


2.61 


Outside operations. 


1.37 






Total (including general officers) 

Less general officers 


3,399 
16 


845,068 
1,201 


1,559,789.80 
21,682.35 


1.85 
18.05 






Total (excluding general officers) 


3,383 


843,867 


1,538,107.45 


1.82 


Total (including general officers) — entire 
line 


15,789 


3,939,710 


7,271,747.33 


1.85 







SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



401 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue.. 

Number of passengers carried 1 mile 

Number passengers carried 1 mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger. J 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road . [ 
Passenger service train revenue per train-mile. _| 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight. 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue 

Net operating revenue per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile. 
Average number tons freight per loaded car-mile. 
Average number of tons of freight per train-mile . 
Average number of freight cars per train-mile. . 
Average number of loaded cars per train-mile _. 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Dollars. ! Cts. ; Mills. 



4,003,101 | 
191,842,618 

66,872 
47.67 



4,145,769 
1 



5,332,480 

1,858 
1 



7,902,643 

1,194,959,801 

416,536 

151.21 



13,601,636 

1 



4,741 

2 

19,662,527 j 
6,853 j 

1 

12,888,803 

4,492 

1 j 

6,773,723 j 

2,361 



12 

36 

4.92 

14.52 

213.98 

21.74 

14.73 

6.11 



5.64 
1.61 



5.75 



1.26 



5.63 



5.99 



2.49 



Corp. 2 26 



402 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 



Item. 



Total. 



Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight locomotive miles 

Passenger locomotive miles 

Mixed locomotive miles 

Special locomotive miles 

Switching locomotive miles 

Total revenue locomotive mileage. 
Nonrevenue service locomotive miles _ _ 
Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles— 

Loaded J 

Empty 

Caboose 

Total freight car miles 

Passenger Car Miles — ■ 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 

Other passenger-train cars 

Total passenger car miles 

Special Car Miles — 

Freight — loaded 

Caboose 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 

Other passenger-train cars 

Total special car miles 

Total revenue car mileage 

Nonrevenue service car miles 

Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight train miles 

Passenger train miles 

Mixed train miles 

Special train miles 

Total revenue train mileage 

Nonrevenue service train miles 



5,279,486 

4,720,423 

720,015 

24,081 

1,951,974 



82,275,507 

34,110,375 

5,028,051 



11,232,535 
5,116,343 
9,753,511 



73,104 
4,089 
84,293 
12,283 
25,222 



4,883,764 
4,601,302 ! 
700,684 
23,319 



12,695,979 



763,769 



121,413,933 



26,102,389 



198,991 



147,715,313 



6,154,616 



10,209, 



611,996 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 



403 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 


Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 


Revenue 


and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic — 




Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills. 


Number of passengers carried earning revenue 


991,969 








Number of passengers carried 1 mile _ _ _ _ 


47,538,601 








Number passengers carried 1 mile per mile of road 


77,241 








Average distance carried (miles) 


47.92 








Total passenger revenue _ _ _ . _ .. _ 




888,536 


05 




Average amount received from each passenger__ 






89 


5.73 


Average receipts per passenger per mile 






01 


8.69 


Total passenger service train revenue 




1,218,306 


60 




Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 




1,979 


51 




Passenger service train revenue per train-mile. _ 






92 


7.32 


Freight Traffic — 










Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 


3,069,457 








Number of tons carried one mile. _ 


385,441,435 
626,266 








Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road. 








Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 


125.57 








Total freight revenue 


• 


4,347,309 


45 




Average amount received for each ton of freight- 




1 


41 
01 


6.31 


Average receipts per ton per mile. _ _ .. 




1.28 


Freight revenue per mile of road.. ... 




7,063 
2 


51 

78 




Freight revenue per train-mile 




1.24 


Total Traffic — 










Operating revenues 




5,648,473 


71 




Operating revenues per mile of road. _ 




9,177 

2 

3,161,930 


65 
00 
51 




Operating revenues per train-mile _. _ _ _ 




1.67 


Operating expenses 






Operating expenses per mile of road ___ 




5,137 


51 




Operating expenses per train-mile _ 




1 


12 


0.51 


Net operating revenue .. _ 




2,486,543 
4,040 


20 




Net operating revenue per mile of road 




14 


' 


Average number of passengers per car-mile 


10 








Average number of passengers per train-mile 


34 








Average number of passenger cars per train-mile. 


5.50 








Average number tons freight per loaded car-mile. 


14.71 








Average number of tons of freight per train-mile. 


246.59 








Average number of freight cars per train-mile 


24.12 








Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 


16.77 








Average number of empty cars per train-mile 


6.35 








Average mileage operated during year. _ _ 


. 615.46 













404 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight locomotive miles. . _ _ _ _ ______ 


1,665,692 




Passenger locomotive miles. . . _ ________ 


1,279,268 




Mixed locomotive miles ______ 


68,424. 
9,391 




Special locomotive miles. _ ___ __ __ __ 




Switching locomotive miles _ _ 


591,006 








Total revenue locomotive mileage 




3,613,781 








Nonrevenue service locomotive miles 




261,124 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight Car Miles — 






Loaded _ _ ____ ____ 


26,205,614 
9,923,892 




Empty. ._ .___ _ _ 




Caboose _ __ __ 


1,571,078 








Total freight car miles _____ ___ 




37,700,584 


Passenger Car Miles — 






Passenger _ _ 


2,744,657 




Sleeping, parlor and observation _ _ _ _ _ _ 


1,850,999 




Other passenger-train cars. ______ 


2,624,554 








Total passenger car miles _ _ _ ___ 




7,220,210 


Special Car Miles — 






Freight — loaded _ _____ ____ _ 


13,016 




Caboose 


710 
40,031 




Passenger _ _ _ 




Sleeping, parlor and observation ______ 


4,789 




Other passenger-train cars _ 


9,279 








Total special car miles ______________ 




67,825 








Total revenue car mileage 


44,988,619 








Nonrevenue service car miles _ _ ___ 




2,419,762 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight train miles ... _ _ ___ 


1,498,885 




Passenger train miles _ _ _ _ _'_ 


1,249,594 




Mixed train miles __ _ . 


64,199 




Special train miles 


9,199 








Total revenue train mileage _ 




2,821,877 








Nonrevenue service train miles 




214,521 










SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



405 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 



Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Agriculture — 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay 

Tobacco 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture 

Total 

Products of Animals — 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing-house products 

Poultry, game and fish 

Wool 

Hides and leather 

Total 

Products of Mines — 

Anthracite coal 1 

Bituminous coal J 

Coke 

Ores 

Stone, sand and other like articles 

Other products of mines 

Total 

Products of Forests — 

Lumber 

Other products of forests 

Total 



Whole Tons, 
34,316 
14,940 
20,459 
4,858 
8,281 
40,608 
89,910 
45,119 



Whole Tons 
41,585 
37,100 
9,520 
13,928 
11,619 
30,108 
55,012 
17,988 



258,491 



2,824 

429 

11,905 

1,193 

3 

381 



16,735 



6,914 

21 
11 

72,399 
12,870 



92,215 



372,633 

486,442 



Whole Tons 
75,901 
52,040 
29,979 
18,786 
19,900 
70,716 
144,922 
63,107 



216,860 



3,218 

3,864 

6,957 

671 

132 

353 



15,195 



358,203 

1,246 

617 

10,655 

7,723 



378,444 



475,351 



6,042 

4,293 

18,862 

1,864 

135 

734 



31,930 



365,117 

1,267 

628 

83,054 

20,593 



Per Cent. 

2.47 

1.70 

.98 

.61 

.65 

2.30 

4.72 

2.06 



470,659 



226,958 599 , 591 

18,120 | 504,562 



15.49 



.02 



1.04 



11.90 

.04 

.02 

2.71 

.67 



15.34 



19.53 
16.44 



859,075 



245,078 ! 1,104,153 



35.97 



406 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures — 

Petroleum and other oils 


Whole Tons. 

29,233 

6,167 

5,274 

24,708 

2,834 

8,849 

. 4,992 

45,522 

1,095 

2,769 

3,196 

3,872 

234,970 


Whole Tons. 

21,238 

3,092 

5,837 

50,631 

2,937 

31,242 

34,577 

35,854 

3,081 

5,239 

3,507 

4,625 

130,116 


Whole Tons. 

50,471 

9,259 

11,111 

75,339 

5,771 

40,091 

39,569 

81,376 

4,176 

8,008 

6,703 

8,497 

365,086 


Per Cent. 
1 64 


Sugar - 


30 


Naval stores _ _ _ 


36 


Iron, pig and bloom__ 


2 45 


Iron and steel rails _ _ 


19 


Other castings and machinery 

Bar and sheet metal 


1.31 
1.29 


Cement, brick and lime__ 


2 65 


Agricultural implements _ _ . 


.14 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc. 


.26 


Wines, liquors and beers 


.22 


Household goods and furniture 

Other manufactures _ _ _ _ 


.28 
11.89 






Total _ _ ______ 


373,481 


331,976 


705,457 22.98 






Merchandise ___ 

Miscellaneous — 

Other commodities not mentioned 
above. _ _ 


76,886 
49,783 


120,769 
34,469 


197,655 

84,252 


6.44 

2.74 






Total tonnage— State. _ 


1,726,666 


1,342,791 i 3,069,457 


100.00 






Total tonnage — entire line 


4,609,690 


3,292,953 


7,902,643 


100.00 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



407 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 





Number 

on 

June 30, 

1909. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1910. 


Number Fitted 
with— 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 

Passenger 


115 

247 

65 


19 
5 
6 


4 
4 
1 


130 

248 

70 


130 

248 

70 


130 


Freight 


248 


Switching. 


70 


Total locomotives in service. 


427 


30 


9 


448 


448 


448 


Total locomotives owned 


427 


30 


9 


448 


448 


448 


Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 

First-class cars 


92 
70 
80 
11 
2 

81 


9 


9 

15 
3 
2 


92 

55 

99 

9 

2 

86 


92 

55 

99 

9 

2 

86 


92 


Combination cars 


22 


99 


Dining cars 


9 


Parlor cars 




2 


Baggage, express and postal 
cars _ 


5 




86 








Total 


336 


36 


29 


343 


343 


343 


In Freight Service — ■ 
Box cars _ 


7,268 

2,851 

57 

3,607 

183 


922 
5 


164 
107 


8,026 

2,749 

57 

3,605 

275 


8,001 
2,656 

57 

3,600 

275 


8,026 


Flat cars . ... 


2,749 


Stock cars 


57 


Coal cars. _ _ 


22 
92 


24 


3,605 


Other cars in freight service 


275 








Total 


13,966 


1,041 


295 


14,712 


14,589 


14,712 






In Company's Service — 
Officers' and pay cars _ 


5 

137 

15 

216 

526 


1 




6 

136 

17 

222 

555 


6 

136 

17 

222 

475 


6 


Gravel cars 


1 


136 


Derrick cars 


2 
20 
102 


17 


Caboose cars _ 


14 
73 


222 


Other road cars 


555 


Total 


899 


125 


88 


936 


856 


936 


Total cars in service 


15,201 


1,202 


412 


15,991 


15,788 


15,991 


Total cars owned 


15,201 


1,2*02 


412 


15,991 


15,788 


15,991 



408 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 





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2,996.90 

3.05 

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30.41 
16.53 


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3.05 

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5.48 


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SEABOAED AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



409 



MILEAGE— Entire Line— Continued. 
C. MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED, BY STATES— (Single Track). 





Line Owned. 


Total 
Mileage 
Owned. 


New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


State. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 

and 

Spurs. 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Virginia _ _ _ _ _ 


157.50 
620.57 
362.31 
674.97 
889.34 
193.03 




157.50 
624.08 
362.95 
687.15 
915.61 
203.97 






157.50 


North Carolina _ _ 


3.51 

.64 
12.18 
26.27 
10.94 


.97 
.64 




624.08 


South Carolina- _ _ _ _ _ 


362.95 


Georgia _ - _ 


687.15 


Florida _ _ _ _ _ 


28.80 


.38 


915.23 


Alabama - _ 


203.97 










Total mileage owned (single track) 


2,897.72 


53.54 


2,951.26 


30.41 


.38 


2,950.88 



Remarks. — North Carolina mileage includes 10.13 miles Gibson Branch, which is leased; 
and Florida mileage includes 2 miles Amelia Beach line, and 1.90 miles Silver Springs Branch, 
which are leased. 



MILEAGE— State of North Carolina. 
MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED— (All Tracks). 





Line Owned. 


Line 
Operated 
Under 
Con- 
tract, 
Etc. 


Total 
Mileage 
Oper- 
ated. 


New 
Line 
Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


Line in Use. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 

and 

Spurs. 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Miles of single track 


610.44 

177.82 


3.51 


2.40 


616.35 

177.82 


.97 
3.79 


19.55 


616 35 


Miles of yard track and sidings 


158.27 










Total mileage operated (all 
tracks) _. 


788.26 


3.51 


2.40 


794.17 


4.76 


19.55 


774.62 







410 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

First Vice President r 

Vice President 

Vice President 

Vice President 1.. 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Counsel at New York. . 
General Counsel at Washington 
General Counsel at Louisville. . 

General Solicitor 

Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

Auditor 

Assistant to General Manager.. 

General Manager 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

Passenger Traffic Manager 

General Passenger Agent 

Freight Traffic Manager 

Engineer of Construction 



W. W. Finley 

A. B. Andrews 

J. M. Culp 

T. C. Powell 

Fairfax Harrison _ _ 

H. B. Spencer 

R. D. Lankford 

H. C. Ansley 

Francis L. Stetson. 
Alfred P. Thorn... 
Alex. P. Humphrey 
W. A. Henderson. _ 

A. H. Plant 

E. H. Kemper 

H. H. Laughton 

W. H. Netherland. 
E. H. Coapman' 

B. G. Fallis 

H. E. Hutchens 

G. R. Loyall 

W. N. Foreacre 

C. L. Harris. 

S. H. Hardwick... 

H. F. Cary 

L. Green 

W. H. Wells 



Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York. 
Washington, D. C. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C 
Washington, D. C. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

H. C. Fahnestock, New York, N. Y.; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; Charles Steele, New 
York, N. Y.; A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; E. H. Gary, New York, N. Y.; S. M. Inman, At- 
lanta, Ga.; R. M. Galloway, New York, N. Y.; Adrian Iselin, Jr., New York, N. Y.; Charles 
Lanier, New York, N. Y.; E. D. Randolph, New York, N. Y.; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, 
D. C; George F. Baker, Jr., New York, N. Y. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



411 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line. 
Line Owned by Respondent. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Main Line _ - _ 


Alexandria, Va. 


Greensboro, N. C. 


278.58 






Neapolis, Va 


West Point, Va 


179.00 






Charlotte, N. C 


Augusta, Ga. 


190.49 






Columbia, S. C 


Greenville, S. C 


143.52 






Salisbury, N. C 


Morristown, Tenn 


231.37 






Bristol, Tenn 


Chattanooga, Tenn 


241.55 






Stevenson, Ala 


Ala. -Miss. State Line 


150.95 






Miss. State Line 


Memphis, Tenn 


86.75 






Ooltewah Jet., Tenn 


Brunswick, Ga 


410.09 






Austell, Ga 


State Line, Miss 


260.70 






Atlanta Jet., Ga 


York, Ala 


270.50 






East St. Louis, 111 

Tuscumbia, Ala 


State Line, Ind 

Sweetwater, Ala 


146.71 


2,590.21 


Branches and Spurs. 


8.30 




Moscow, Tenn 


Somerville, Tenn 


13.10 






Alexandria, Va 


Bluemont, Va 


54.15 






W. 0. & W. Jet., Va.__ 


Alexandria Jet., Va 


.40 






Manassas Jet., Va 


Harrisonburg, Va 


112.89 






Calverton, Va 


Warrenton, Va 


8.90 






Franklin Jet., Va 

Manchester Jet., Va 

Clarksville, Va. _ _ _ _ 


Pittsville, Va. 


7.10 

1.00 

55.10 

12.75 






Rocketts, Va. 






Durham, N. C. 






Oxford, N. C 


Henderson, N. C. 






Pomona, N. C. 


Wilkesboro, N. C 


100.15 






Murphy Jet., N. C 


Murphy, N. C 


122.50 






Charlotte, N. C 


Taylorsville, N. C 


65.65 






Hodges, S. C 


Abbeville, S. C 


11.58 






Aiken, S. C 


Edgefield, S. C 


23.57 






Embreeville Jet., Tenn. 


Embreeville, Tenn 


13.00 






Bulls Gap, Tenn 


Rogersville, Tenn 


14.10 






Clinton, Tenn.. 


Harriman Jet., Tenn 


30 44 




^_ 


Coster, Tenn 


Cumberland Gap Jet., 
Tenn._ 


63.56 

65.30 

3.10 






Knoxville, Tenn 

Coal Creek, Tenn 






Jellico, Tenn. 






Briceville, Tenn 






LaFollette Jet., Tenn... 
Morristown, Tenn 


Vasper, Tenn. _ _ 


11.30 
39.60 






Corryton, Tenn 





412 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Branches and Spurs - 


Knoxville, Tenn 


Walland, Tenn 


26.21 






Cleveland, Tenn. 


Cohutta, Ga.__ 


14.80 






North Rome, Ga.__ _ _ 


Attalla, Ala.-_ 


61.30 








Fort Valley, Ga 

Armour, Ga. - 


102 30 






Howell, Ga 


3.30 






Cochran, Ga.-_ _ _ . 


Hawkinsville, Ga. - 


10.28 






Villa Rica, Ga 


Mines of Va. -Carolina 
Chemical Co 


2.92 






Marion Jet., Ala 

Wilton, Ala._ 


Akron, Ala _ _ 


53.00 
37 28 






Valley Creek Jet., Ala._ 
Blocton, Ala. 






Gurnee Jet., Ala. 


14.30 






Woodlawn, Ala 


End of Belt Road, Bes- 
semer, Ala. _ _ 


20.50 










6 40 






Cardiff, Ala 


Brazil Mines, Ala 


1.60 






Jefferson, Ala 


Blossburg, Ala 


1.91 






Patton Jet., Ala 

Littleton, Ala 


Patton, Ala 


1.10 
3.35 






Coal Mines of S. S. S. 
& I. Co 












Tenn. C. I. & R. R. Co.- 


Henry Ellen Spur 


1.02 






Spring Garden, Ala 


Mines Ala. and Ga. Iron 
Co _-. 


4.49 






Lula, Ga 


Athens, Ga. 


38.93 






Ardella, Ala. _ 


Hansell, Ala. _ 


2.90 






Seymour, Ala _ , 


End of track Piper Spur 


3.91 






Badham Spur, Ala. 




3.83 






Flat Top Extension 


Bessie Mines Connection 


2.12 






Pinners Point, Va 


Connection with A. C. L. 


.66 






Venice & Carondelet 


East St. Louis, 111 


6.86 






Connection with C. & 
A. Ry 


N. I. Terminal. _._ 


2.40 






Belleville Jet., Ill 


Belleville, 111 


1.14 










.59 






Okolona, Miss 

Total _ . 


Calhoun City, Miss, 
(operated by M. & 0. 
R. R. as Agent for 
Sou. Ry. Co.; results 
of operation are in 
Income Account) 


37.82 


1,304.76 








3,894.97 






1 


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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



413 



PROPERTY OPERATED-Entire Line— Continued. 

Line Operated by Respondent, but Owned by Another Corporation, Control Being 
Secured Through Stock Ownership. 



Termini. 



From- 



Southern Railway in Kentucky — 

Louisville, Ky 

Lawrenceburg, Ky 

Norton, Ky 

Versailles, Ky 

Southern Railway of Indiana — 

State Line, 111 

Jasper, Ind 

Rockport Jet., Ind 

Lincoln City, Ind 

Jasper, Ind 

State University Railroad — 

University, N. C 

North Carolina Midland Railroad — 

Mooresville, N. C 

High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and 
Southern Railroad — 

High Point, N. C 

Yadkin Railroad — 

Salisbury, N. C 

Elberton Southern Railway — 

Toccoa, Ga 

Seivern and Knoxville Railroad — 

Batesburg, S. C 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railway- 
Sanford, N. C 



Climax, N. C 

Stokesdale, N. C 

Ensley Southern Railway — 

Ensley , Ala 

Parrish, Ala 

Coal Creek Spur 

St. Johns River Terminal Co- 
Near Grand Crossing, Fla. 



To- 



Lexington, Ky._. 
Lexington, Ky._. 

Burgin, Ky 

Georgetown, Ky. 



New Albany, Ind. 
Evansville, Ind._. 

Rockport, Ind 

Cannelton, Ind 

West Baden, Ind. 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Winston-Salem, N. C._. 



Ashboro, N. C. 



Norwood, N. C. 



Elberton, Ga. 



Seivern, S. C. 



| Miles of 
Line for 
(Each Road 
i Named. 



Mount Airy, N. C. 

Ramseur, N. C 

Madison, N. C 



Near Warrior River, Ala 

Near Little Warrior River, Ala. 



Bay Street Freight Depot, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



83.47 

23.72 

3.82 

16.74 



118.28 
54.22 
16.15 
22.72 
24.80 



130.95 
18.74 
11.39 



22.73 
9.24 
1.45 



414 



X. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Cumberland Railway — 

Hyde, Tenn .__ . _ 


Point on main stream, Clear 
Fork 








11.21 


Carolina and Tennessee Southern 
Railway— 

Bushnell, N. C 


Fontana, N. C. 




13.90 


Tennessee and Carolina Southern 
Railway — 

Maryville, Tenn. 


Chilhowie, Tenn. 




25.30 


Roswell Railroad — 

Chamblee, Ga. 


Roswell, Ga._ 


9.80 
2.75 




Morgan Falls Branch. __ 








Tennessee State Line _ _ _ 


12.55 
34.10 


Memphis and Charleston Railway — 
Mississippi State Line _ _ _ 












Total - ___ _ 


861.03 











Line Operated Under Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina Railroad — 








Goldsboro, N. C 


Charlotte, N. C 


222.44 




Caraleigh Jet., N. C. 


Caraleigh, N. C 


1.90 








224.34 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line — 




Charlotte, N. C. __ 


Armour, Ga._ 




263.08 


Franklin and Pittsylvania Railroad — 








Pittsville, Va. 


Rocky Mount, Va.__ _ 




29.90 


Atlantic and Danville Railway — 










West Norfolk, Va. .__ 


205.10 
50.36 




James River Jet., Va 


Claremont Wharf, Va. (N. G.) . 






Hitchcock Mills, Va. 


8.33 




Buffalo Jet., Va. - . .__ 


Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va 


3.90 






267.69 


North and South Carolina Railroad — 






Mines, N. C. _ _ 




4.45 


Lockhart Railroad — 








Lockhart Jet , S. C 


Lockhart, S. C 




13.81 


Mobile and Birmingham Railroad — 










Mobile, Ala., and branches 




150.35 


Richmond and Mecklenburg Railroad- 










Clarksville, Va. 




31.30 


Georgia Midland Railway — 










Columbus, Ga._ _ 




97.88 










Total 


1,082.80 











SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



415 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 

Line Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent 
Upon Earnings or Other Considerations. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division — 








Cayce, S. C 


Hardeeville, S. C 


128.63 




Perry, S. C 


Seivern, S. C. _ 


7.64 




Charleston, S. C._ 


Augusta, Ga 


136.92 




Branchville, S. C. 


Columbia, S. C. _ __ 


66.30 

208.50 

10.50 




Kingville, S. C _ _ 


Marion, N. C. - 




Blacksburg, S. C 


Gaffney, S. C 




Burton Branch, S. C _ 




5.20 
65.90 




Biltmore, N. C._ __ 


Spartanburg Jet., S. C. 






Alston, S. C. _. . 


67.93 




Sumter Jet., S. C._ __ 


Sumter, S. C. . 


15.81 






Lake Toxaway, N. C. 


42 10 




Kaolin, S. C 


Immaculate Mines _ _ _ 


2.60 








758.03 


Southern Railway in Mississippi — 




State Line, Alabama 


Columbus, Miss._ 




11.40 


The Whitney Co- 








Near New London, N. C 


Hall's Mill Ferry, N. C 





6.20 


Wooldridge-Jellico Coal Co. — 








Spur near Newcomb, Tenn. __ 






3.83 




. __ _ , _ 






Total 


779.46 











Line Operated Under Trackage Rights. 



Atlanta Terminal Co. — 


• 






Entrance to Terminal Station, 
Atlanta, Ga 






50 


Baltimore and Ohio Railroad — 








Entrance to Passenger Station, 
Harrisonburg, Va. 






50 


Baltimore and Potomac Railroad — 








Washington, D. C. _ _ 


South End Long Bridge, Va. 




2 14 


Washington-Southern Railway — 








South End Long Bridge, Va 


Alexandria, Va 


5.70 




North End Potomac Yard 


Conn. W. O. & W. Yard___ 


1.33 


7.03 


Washington Terminal Co. — 




Entrance to Union Depot, Wash- 
ington, D. C 






1.26 



416 



X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Central of Georgia Railway — 

Central Junction, Ga._ . _ - _ 


West Broad St., Savannah, Ga. 


3.37 
.10 




Fort Valley, Ga _ _ _ _ 








3.47 
.49 


Augusta and Summerville Railroad — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Au- 




Georgia Railroad — 

Entrance to Union Depot, Au- 






.25 


Western and Atlantic Railroad — 
W & A Crossing Ga. 


Dalton, Ga.__ 




.20 


Alabama Great Southern Railroad — 




3.44 

2.11 

27.16 

.40 






Birmingham, Ala._ 






Meridian, Miss. _ 




Central Passenger Station 


Louisa St., Chattanooga, Tenn.. 

Union Depot, Florence, Ala 

Middlesborough, Ky 

Passenger Station, Mobile, Ala. 


33.11 


Louisville and Nashville Railroad — 
L. & N. Junction 


.20 
4.41 

.75 

9.81 
9.22 






Lipscomb Street 




Middlesborough Belt and Ben- 




L. & N. Switch Point, Halsey 


Hyde, Tenn. _ 






Tarboro, N. C. _ _ _ . - _' 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad — 


99.50 

54.88 

16.70 

3.10 

152.08 
.72 
.09 




Tarboro N C 


Selma, N. C 




Hardeeville, S. C. 


Central Junction, Ga. _ _ . 




Four Mile Crossing, Ga. 


Union Station, Brunswick, Ga._ 

Jacksonville Terminal Co., prop- 
erty line, Fla. _ 




Central Junction, Ga. 








Entrance to Savannah Union 








End of double track _ 








327.07 
.65 


Southern Railway in Mississippi — 
Entrance to Passenger Station, 




Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 
Railway — 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Stevenson , Ala 




38.00 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



417 



PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini. 



From- 



Jacksonville Terminal Co. — 

Entrance to Depot at Jackson- 
ville, Fla 



Savannah Union Station Co. 
Central Junction, Ga — 



To— 



Union Depot, Savannah, Ga. 



St. Louis Terminal Railroad Associa- 
tion — 



East St. Louis, 111 

East St. Louis and Cairo Railroad — 
Relay Junction 

Jacksonville and St. Louis Railway- 
Through Centralia, 111 



Broadway, East St. Louis, 111. 



Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern 
Railroad — 



New Albany, Ind 

Chicago and Alton Railway — ■ 

Trackage near East St. Louis, 111, 

Evansville and Terre Haute Railway — 

South Junction 

South Junction 

Illinois Central Railroad — 

Eleventh Street 



Entrance to Calhoun St. Station, 
Memphis, Tenn 



West Junction, Princeton, Ind. 
Passenger Station, Evansville _ 



7th Street Station, Louisville, 
Ky 



Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and 
Railroad Co. — ■ 

Vincennes St., New Albany, Ind. 

Louisville, Ky 



Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas 
Pacific Railway — 

Cincinnati Junction, Ky 



Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville 
Railway — 



French Lick 

Total 

Total mileage operated. 



11th Street, Louisville, Ky. 



Danville, Ky. 



West Baden, Ind. 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



1.64 
.63 



3.00 
6.90 



469.73 



7,087.99 



Corp. 2- 



418 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



PROPERTY OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 
Lines Owned. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Main Line _ 


Virginia State Line__ 

Charlotte 

Salisbury. _ 




42.70 

11.50 

185.50 

48.00 

12.75 

100.15 

122.50 

65.65 






S. C. State Line 

Tenn. State Line 

E. Durham. 




Branches and Spurs. 


Virginia State Line__ 
Oxford 

Pomona _ 


239.70 




Henderson 






Wilkesboro _ . 






Murphy Junction 

Charlotte ._ _ _ 


Murphy _ __ 






Taylorsville 










349.05 







Lines Operated by Respondent, but Owned by Another Corporation, Control Being 
Secured Through Stock Ownership. 



State University Railroad 


University _ 


Chapel Hill 




10 20 


North Carolina Midland 
Railroad _ _ 


Mooresville 


Winston-Salem__ _ 




53.52 


High Point, Randleman, 
Ashboro and Southern 
Railroad _ _ _ 


High Point _ 


Ashboro 




26.80 


Yadkin Railroad 


Salisbury _. 

Sanf ord _ 


Norwood. _ _ 




41.00 


Atlantic and Yadkin 
Railroad 


Mount Airy _ . 


130.95 

18.74 
11.39 






Climax_ 


Ramseur 






Stokesdale.. 


Madison 

Fontana 






Bushnell 


161.08 
13.90 


Carolina and Tennessee 
Southern Railway 















Lines Operated Under Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina Railroad. 



Atlanta and Charlotte 
Air Line 



Atlantic and Danville 
Railway 



North and South. Caro- 
lina Railroad 



Goldsboro. 
Caraleigh_ 



Charlotte, N. C. 
State Line, Va._ 
Virgilina 



Charlotte 

Caraleigh Junction. _ _ 

S. C. State Line 

State Line, N. C 

Mines.' 



222.44 
1.90 



224.34 
43.18 

22.15 

4.45 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



419 



PROPERTY OPERATED— State of North Carolina— Continued. 

Lines Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent 
Upon Earnings or Other Considerations. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Southern Railway — 
Carolina Division. 


Marion 


S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 

Lake Toxaway 

Hall's Mill Ferry 


64.15 
41.90 
42.10 






Biltmore 






Henderson ville 

Near New London 


148.15 
6.20 


The Whitney Co __. 











Line Operated Under Trackage Rights. 



Atlantic Coast Line Selma Va. State Line . 



Total mileage oper- 
ated— N. C 



120. 



1,464.40 



OUTSIDE OPERATIONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 



Norfolk and Pinners Point 

Terminal Freight and Passenger. 



Character of 
Business. 



West Point, Va., Terminal 

Mobile, Ala., Terminal 

Brunswick, Ga., Terminal 

Louisville, Ky., Terminal 



Dining and Cafe Car Service . 



Freight and Passenger. 

Freight 

Freight 

Freight and Passenger. 

Mea Is on trains 



Title- 
Owned, Leased, Etc. 



Owned 

Owned 

Owned 

Owned 

Owned jointly with 

B. & O. S. W. and 

C. I. & L 

Owned. _^ 



State. 



Virginia. 
Virginia. 
Alabama. 
Georgia. 

Kentucky. 



420 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OUTSIDE OPERATIONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES— Continued. 



Designation. 


Character of Business. 


State. 


Balance 

June 30, 

1910. 


Rails and Fixtures.- 


Camp Manufacturing Co. _ 


Virginia 

do 


$ 23,132.17 




Danville and Western Railway _ _ _ 


3,699.17 




Emporia Manufacturing Co 


do 


17,648 11 




Goodwin & Wallace, receivers for Hitch- 
cock-Trego Land, Lumber and Quarry 
Co. __ .__ 


do _ 


4,375.46 




Gray Lumber Co. 


do 


7,135.36 




Gaither, R. L._ _. .__ 


do 


90.42 




Greensville Manufacturing Co 


do 


515.58 




Hailey, CM . . _ . _ _ 


do _ 


5,765.63 




Miller & Miller 


do _ _ 


1,154.35 




Newell, J. S.__ __ - - 


do ' 


7,154.94 




Rockfish Ballast Co. . _ _ _ _ _ 


do 


854.05 




Stamper Bros., Ragland & E. T. D. My- 
ers, Jr. _ _ _ _ _ 


do _ 


1,601.95 




Truitt & Co., G. W. _ . 


do_ _. 


4,095.25 




Tyler & Robertson. __ _ _ _ _ 


do --_ 


308.31 




Virginia Soapstone Co 

Vincent & Drewry 


do _ 


4,240.66 




do _ 


55.76 




Ward A. Lynch __ 


do__ 


44.87 




Brooks Manufacturing Co. 


North Carolina. _ 
do 


55.85 




Champion Fiber Co. _____ 


9,683.43 




Cole Lumber Co., W. H. 


do _ 


460.90 






do.. _ . ___ 


867.84 




Esson & Co., W. A. 


do -___ 


789.15 




Fries Power and Manufacturing Co 

Greensboro Furniture Co. _ 


do _ 


105.28 




do 


11.20 






do 


53.40 




Henry, M. 


do 


2,805.97 




Marion Furniture Co._ 


do 


30.21 




McAden's Cotton Mills Co. _ __ 


do_ 


25.20 






do 


624.33 




Selma Lumber Co. _ 


do 


6,718.69 




Woodroffe, Thomas. ___ __ 


do 


107.73 






do 


85.50 




Barr, J. H. C 


South Carolina __ 
do__ 


6,752.12 
1,195.65 






do 


14,974.39 




Central Railway of South Carolina 


do 


18,271.22 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



421 



OUTSIDE OPERATIONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES— Continued. 



Designation. 


Character of Business. 


State. 


Balance 

June 30, 

1910. 


H| 4<gt«* 




South Carolina __ 
do 


$ 22,486.16 
7,209.65 




Due West Railway __ _ _ 




Lockhart Railroad __ 


do 


23,906 41 




Williamston Oil Co.. __ _ 


do 


34.90 




Whitestone Lithia Springs Co 


Georgia 

do_. 


967 89 




Atlantic Turpentine Co 

Conwell, G. B 

Georgia Construction Co _ 


1,353.93 

387.38 




do 


12,512.91 




Lawrenceville Branch Railroad. _ _ 


do 

do 


182.85 




Whiting Manufacturing Co.. ._•___ _ 


20,650.91 




Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron Co._ 
Alabama Iron Co _ _ _ _ 


Alabama 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


608.44 
1,015 21 




Bass Foundry and Machine Co 


3,389 57 




Jackson Lumber Co., E. E 

Lathrop & Hatton __ 


10,024.62 
10 055 04 




Republic Iron and Steel Co 


4,057.71 




Standard Portland Cement Co. ... 


2,693 11 




Scotch Lumber Co. _ _ _ _ 


5,668.21 




Tessier & Jones Hardware Co 

Twin Tree Lumber Co.. _ . _ _ _ 


do. 


167.84 




do 


4,078.99 




Tombigbee Valley Railroad ..... 


do 


28,490.81 




Union Iron Works. 


do 

do 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

do 


62 86 




Vredenburg Sawmill Co. _ _ ... 


35,473 34 




Peterson, C. F 

Campbell & Deane 

Card Co., A. H 

East Tennessee Producers Marble Quarry 
Co 

Embree Iron Co. . _ _ 


2,858.01 

991.37 

4,696.76 




do. 


235.15 




do 


1,382.05 




Gulf and Chicago Railway _ _ . 


do 


37,869.21 




Italian Blue Gem Coal Co... _ _ _ _ 


do 


1,544.07 




Knoxville Iron Co _ _ _ 


do 

do 

do 

Kentucky 

do 


362 13 




Sun Coal Co _____ 


2,569 20 




Victoria Marble Co... ______ 


719 08 




Fork Ridge Coal and Coke Co 


7,965.70 




Sterling Coal and Coke Co __ __ 


1,121.11 




Patoka River Coal and Coke Co 

Unadjusted depreciation 


Indiana 


1,038.72 

12,807.89 










Total. ._. _ 


391,513 51 











422 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Description. 



Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 



Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 



Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 



Total 
Par Value 
Outstand- 
ing. 



Common 1 


3,500,000 


$ 100.00 
100.00 


$ 350,000,000 


$ 120,000,000 


$ 120,000,000 


Preferred 1 


60,000,000 


60,000,000 


Totals __. _ 


3,500,000 




350,000,000 


180,000,000 


180,000,000 









Total 
Par Value 
Not 
Held by 
Respondent 
Corpora- 
tion. 



Purpose of the Issue. 



Issued for purchase of railway or other property. 

Issued for acquisition of securities 

Issued for reorganization 

Total 



Total 
Number 
of Shares 

Out- 
standing. 



57,000 

43,000 

1,700,000 



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SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



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Account. 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile of Line. 


Miles. 


Amount. 


Capital stock __ __ __ 


$ 180,000,000 
254,183,292 


$ 180,000,000 
254,183,292 


4,756.84 
4,756.84 


$ 37,840 


Funded debt 


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434,183,292 


434,183,292 


4,756.84 


91,275 







432 



H". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 



Account. 



Through 

Issue of 

Securities. 



From 
Current 
Funds. 



From 
Special 
Appro- 
priations. 



Total. 



Right of way and station grounds $. 

Real estate • ... 

Widening cuts and fills 

Protection of banks 

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Grade revisions and changes of line j... 

Bridges, trestles and culverts !... 

Increased weight of rail ... 



Ballast . 



Additional main tracks. 
Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Fencing right of way 



Improvement of over and under grade cross- 
ings 



Track elevation, elimination of grade cross- 
ings, etc 



Interlocking apparatus 

Block and other signal apparatus 

Telegraph and telephone lines L. 

Station buildings and fixtures ' 

Shops, enginehouses and turntables 

Shop machinery and tools | 

Water and fuel stations j 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light and power plants 

Miscellaneous structures 

Equipment 1 ,400,000.00 

Interest and commissions 

Totals— entire line 



83,374.57 

23,105.25 

2,730.00 

16,689.93 

21,568.17 

95,348.03 

345,094.22 

50,127.19 

,367,956.51 

396,160.48 

41,873.19 



* 105. 00 

1,452.03 

*600.14 

20,720.92 



199.01 



*309.43 j 3,294.70 



11,433.92 



294.46 

25,885.84 

561.95 

33,628.45 

100,548.94 

88,889.32 

51,714.80 

23,161.85 

*2,994.34 

2,957.50 

47,270.94 

,093,549.00 

260.50 



2,244.30 | 

1,950.20 

262.69 



Net debit and credit account additions and 
betterments during year 



1,400,000.00 



,920,881.24 



15,790.55 

1,563.28 

941.18 

277.75 

1,352.10 



3,029.34 



I 83,374.57 

23,105.25 

2,625.00 

18,141.96 

20,968.03 

116,068.95 

345,094.22 

50,127.19 

2,367,956.51 

396,160.48 

42,072.20 

2,985.27 

11,433.92 

2,538.76 

27,836.04 

824.64 

- 33,628.45 

116,339.49 

90,452.60 

52,655.98 

23,439.60 

*1, 642.24 

2,957.50 

50,300 28 

2,493,549.00 

260.50 



52,372.91 6,373,254.15 



8,331,706.13 



14,704,960.28 



^Credit. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



433 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— INVESTMENT SINCE JUNE 30, 1907. 



Account. 



Road — 

Engineering 

Right of way and station grounds — 

Real estate 

Grading 

Tunnels 

•Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Ties 

Rails 

Frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and other material. 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing 

Roadway tools 

Fencing right of way 

Crossings and signs 

Interlocking and other signal apparatus 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

General office buildings and fixtures _ 
Shops, enginehouses and turntables.. 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water stations 

Fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric-light plants 

Miscellaneous structures 

Rent of equipment 

Repairs of equipment 



Earnings and operating expenses dur- 
ing construction 



Injuries to persons 

Cost of road purchased. 
Totals 



Expen di- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 

from 
Current 
Funds. 



$ 384.33 
394.36 



18.00 



47,906.09 



300.00 



804.48 



*10.00 
10.50 



49,808.26 



Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year. 



$ 68,068.04 

83,353.68 

23,105.25 

911,140.35 

107,115.25 

657,978.74 

180,288.68 

770,399.98 

40,933.70 

77,009.24 

115,292.63 

242,481.28 

1,197.10 

5,855.05 

25,070.55 

28,974.81 

33,628 45 

115,464.54 

25,372.73 

88,291.43 

52,413.98 

22,561.90 

967.20 

*1,642.24 

2,957.50 

23,030.94 



2,519.95 



3,703,830.71 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907 
to June 30, 
,1909. 



$ 78,238.80 

180,354.31 

*9,249.30 

1,604,659.70 

575,364.84 

1,550,776.27 

301,430.01 

634,894.93 

85,190.83 

102,644.45 

298,108.56 

691,464.64 

539.39 

1,425.56 

137,881.72 

85,319.78 

5,196.14 

413,316.94 



348,528.78 

169,839.03 

131,276.36 

81,861.44 

6,471.55 

4,766.73 

87,556.36 

861.00 

13.50 

*10.00 
561.00 
795.69 



7,570,079.01 



Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1910. 



$ 146,691.17 

264,102.85 

13,855.95 

2,515,818.05 

682,480.09 

2,256,661.10 

481,718.69 

1,405,594.91 

126,124.53 

179,653.69 

413,401.19 

933,945.92 

1,736.49 

7,280.61 

162,952.27 

114,294.59 

39,629.07 

528,781.48 

25,372.73 

436,820.21 

222,253.01 

153,838.26 

82,828.64 

4,829.31 

7,724.23 

110,587.30 

861.00 

13 50 

*20.00 

3,091.45 

795.69 



11,323,717. 



*Credit. 

Corp. 2 28 



434 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— INVESTMENT SINCE JUNE 30, 1907— Continued. 



Account. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 

from 
Current 
Funds. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
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During 
Year. 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1909. 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1910. 


Equipment — 
Steam locomotives 


$.... 


$ 571,255.85 

1,047,036.58 

838,659.97 

36,596.60 


$ 444,592.29 

*94,210.01 

*1, 928, 239. 83 

22,937.58 

829.00 

tl, 628,794. 32 


$1,015,848.14 


Passenger-train cars 




952,826.57 


Freight-train cars 




*1, 089, 579. 86 


Work equipment 




59,534.18 


Floating equipment 




829.00 








fl, 628,794. 32 










Totals __. _ 




2,493,549.00 


£74,703.35 


2,568,252.35 








General Expenditures — 

Law expenses 


316.00 

r 4.25 

3,815.06 

49,011.88 

3,642.56 


11.10 


2,372.91 


2,700.01 


Stationery and printing 


4.25 


Taxes - 




1,267.80 

822,416.30 

23,963.05 


5,082.86 


Interest and commissions 


173,582.34 
2,281.00 


1,045,010.52 


Other expenditures _ . 


29,886.61 






Total-. _ . 


56,789.75 


175,874.44 


850,020.06 


1,082,684.25 






Re capitulation — 

Road__ _ 


49,808.26 


3,703,830.71 
2,493,549.00 
' 175,874.44 


7,570,079.01 
74,703.35 

850,020.06 


11,323,717.98 


Equipment- _. _ 


2,568,252.35 


General expenditures _ _ _ _ 


56,789.75 


1,082,684.25 






Totals — entire line _ 


106,598.01 


6,373,254.15 
8,331,706.13 


8,494,802.42 


14,974,654.58 


Net debit and credit account additions 
and betterments during year 


8,331,706.13 














14,704,960.28 




23,306,360.71 











*Credit. 

EXPLANATORY remarks. 

tExcess depreciated value over value capitalized, as shown in report to the 

Commerce Commission, year ended June 30, 1908. 

t$74,703.35 shown as total expenditures July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1909, represents 

ence between equipment accounts June 30, 1907, and June 30, 1909, as follows: 

Equipment balance June 30, 1907 $ 25,678,535.88 

Trust equipment balance June 30, 1907 20,577,486.97 

$ 46 

Equipment balance June 30, 1909 31,855,613.13 

Trust equipment balance June 30, 1909 14,475,163.07 

46 

Less adjustment in leasehold equipment -- 

Balance, as shown . 



Interstate 
the differ- 

,256,022.85 

,330,776.20 

74,753.35 
50.00 

74,703.35 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



435 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 
Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



Amount — 
Entire Line. 



$318,243,507.64 
47,796,465.54 
23,306,360.71 



389,346,333.89 
12,050,132.83 



377,296,201.06 
57,001.13 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 

Operating revenues _ 


$57,294,508.34 
38,635,745.94 


$18,658,762.40 
18,980.36 




Operating expenses.. ._ 








Net operating revenue 






Outside operations: 

Revenues ... ._ _. . . 


1,274,298.80 
1,255,318.44 




Expenses. _ _ 








Net revenue from outside operations 












Total net revenue . 


18,677,742.76 
1,979,722.33 




Taxes accrued.. __ 












Operating income _ _ . . _ _ 




$16,698,020.43 


Other Income — 

Rents accrued from lease of road. _ . _ 




15,499.98 

459,188.99 

1,997,308.71 

599,124.76 

89,395.14 




Other rents — Credits: 

Hire of equipment. . . ._ 


149,345.71 
195,510.13 
114,333.15 




Joint facilities _ . 




Miscellaneous rents . _ _ _ _ . 








Dividends declared on stocks owned or con- 
trolled __ 


768,723.46 
1,228,585.25 




Interest accrued on funded debt owned or con- 
trolled ... 








Interest on other securities, loans and accounts.. 






Miscellaneous income _ 




1 








Total other income . 




3,160,517.58 










Gross corporate income 


19,858,538.01 



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INCOME ACCOUNT— Continued. 



Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 
Rents accrued for lease of other roads. 


$ 


$ 1,381,504.00 

848,967.22 
116,462.04 
11,315,751.11 
266,806.19 
172,028.84 




Other rents — Debits: 

Joint faculties _ __ 


808,656.56 
40,310.66 




Miscellaneous rents __ 








Separately operated properties — loss. . . 






Interest accrued on funded debt _ 






Extinguishment of discount on securities 






Other deductions . _ . . 












Total deductions from gross corporate income 




$14,101,519.40 










Net corporate income . 


5,757,018.61 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Appropriations for new lines or extensions: 
Expended during the year 






52,372^91 










Balance for year carried forward to credit 
of profit and loss _ 


5,704,645.70 











PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1909 . . . 




S 6,962,007.81 


Balance for year brought forward from income account 




5,704,645.70 




$ 2,831,459.89 
404,648.92 
744,584.79 

8,685,959.91 




Deductions for Year — 

Discount on securities. _ __ 


12,666,653.51 


Tennessee Central Railroad accounts written off 




Net miscellaneous debits. 




Balance credit, June 30, 1910, carried to general balance 
sheet _ . 










12,666,653.51 





SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



437 



OPERATING REVENUES— State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation- 
Freight revenue 



Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Parlor and chair-car revenue 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Other passenger-train revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue. 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 



Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation — 

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Parcel-room receipts ^ 

Storage — freight 

Storage — baggage ' 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation. 

Joint facilities revenue — Dr 

Joint facilities revenue — Cr 

Total operating revenues — State 

Total operating revenues — entire line 



$ 9,315,010.88 



3,126,381.01 

35,665.39 

7,143.15 

270,103.30 

347,896.42 

3,932.59 



3,791,121.86 



34,650.54 

38,325.03 

70.27 



13,179,178.58 



16,149.31 
2,380.75 
8,541.42 
1,553.55 

19,716.94 
3,188.74 
1,638.13 



53,168.84 



17.52 
1,552.74 



13,233,882.64 
57,294,508.34 



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SECURITIES OWNED. 

MARKETABLE SECURITIES— STOCKS. 



Name of Corporation and Security. 



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Railway companies — active: 

Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Railway . $ 5,000.00 $ 2,500.00 31 1$ 162.48 

Other than railway companies — active: 

Old Dominion Steamship Co i 210,000.00 254,020.00 6 I 12,600.00 

Other than railway companies — inactive: 

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Jamestown Exposition Co. — preferred 5,956.50 5,956.50 j .-. 

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Name of Corporation and Security. 



Par Value 

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Mobile and Ohio Railroad, gen. mortgage bonds $ 500.00 

Tennessee Central Railroad, prior lien bonds __ 176,000.00 

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$ 500.00 
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176,500.00 179,059.04 



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Dividends 
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Stocks — 


$51,140,899.00 

5,382,995.83 

5,957.50 


$ 711,946.10 




56,777.36 










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56,529,852.33 


768,723.46 






Funded Debt — 

Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as 


8,855,788.75 
66,935,143.56 
2,642,261.28 




Funded debt of railway companies — active 

Funded debt of other than railway companies — active 


1,149,339.95 
79,245.30 






Totals _- ______ - . -. .- 


78,433,193.59 


1,228,585.25 






Miscellaneous Securities — 

Miscellaneous securities of railway companies — active 

Miscellaneous securities of other than railway companies — active- 


53,955.00 
34,000.00 


150.00 






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87,955.00 


150.00 







Name of Corporation. 


Name of 
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of HoSls. 1 Name of Intermediary. 


Southern Railway in Mississippi 


Capital stock.. 


$ 50,000 j National Investment Co. 



Note. — The Southern Railway, Alabama Great Southern Railroad, Cincinnati, New 
Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway and Mobile and Ohio Railroad have an interest, one-fourth 
each, in the following capital stock of the Alabama, New Orleans, Texas and Pacific Junction 
Railway, a holding company: 63,785 preferred "A" shares, 106,404 deferred "B" shares. 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 

INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 





Income. 




Name of Fund. 


Income to 

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Other Income 
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Disburse- 
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Southern Railway Insurance Fund 


$ 30,000.00 


$ 240,422.25 


$ 270,442.25 


$ 190,490.88 



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ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1910. 



Name of Fund and Security. 



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Book 
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Total. 



SeXECIXG AND PcEDEMPTIOX FUXDS- 



East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railway, 

first mortgage $. 



Virginia Midland Railway, Series "A" mortgage 
Southern Railway, convertible 6% notes 



$ $8,960.00 $8,960.00 

600.00 600.00 

6,180.00 6,180.00 



Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta Railroad, first 
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Southern Railway, three-year 5 < 



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535.00 
7,000.00 



Total 23,275.00 23,275.00 

IxSURAXCE AXD OTHER RESERVE FtTXDS 



Southern Railway, first con. mtg. 5% bonds 250,000.00' 

New Orleans Terminal Co., first mtg. 4% bonds.. _ 50,000.00 

Alabama Great Southern Railroad, 4J% equip- 
ment bonds 4,000.00 

Alabama Great Southern Railroad, \\% equip- 
ment bonds 4,000.00 

Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Rail- 
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,000.00 



Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Rail- 
way, 4?% equipment bonds 10,000.00 

U. S. Steel Corporation, sinking fund b% bonds... 50,000.00 

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway, general 

mortgage \\% gold bonds 50,000.00 

Central Pacific Railway, 4% first preferred mort- 
gage gold bonds 25,000.00 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, funding and 

improvement mortgage 6% gold bonds 50,000.00 

Kansas and Colorado Pacific Railway, first mort- 
gage 6% bonds 15,000.00 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, 4% 
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Norfolk and Western Railway, 4% general mort- 
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Chesapeake Steamship Co., temporary certs. 5% 
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26,000.00 

26,000.00 

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645,548.26 



55,062.30 



Totals 619,000.00 645,548.26 55,062.30 700,610.56 



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RESERVES. 



Designation. 



Amount. 



Operating Reserves; — 

Maintenance of way and structures $ 122,320.64 

Maintenance of equipment 127,223. 24 

Overcharge claims 487,664.81 

Loss and damage 604 ,048 . 99 

Personal injuries 618,236.69 

Material deoreciation ! 51, 483. 38 

Bad debts ; 80,569.90 

Total ; 2,091,547.65 

Reserves from Income or Surplus — 

Insurance fund 700 , 610 . 56 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES. 



Name of Company. 



Amount. 



Advances for Construction, Equipment and Betterments — 

Middlesboro Mineral Railway i $ 

St. Johns River Terminal Co , 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Railway 

Tennessee and Carolina Southern Railway 

Lawrenceville Branch Railway 

Delta Southern Railway 

Asheville Southern Railway 

Cumberland Railroad 

Memphis Railroad Terminal Co 

Memphis Public Elevator Co 

Atlanta Terminal Co 

Birmingham Terminal Co 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

Total 

Temporary Advances for Various Purposes — 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Georgia Industrial Realty Co 

Lenoir Car Works 

Nashville Terminal Co 

Southern Railway in Mississippi 

Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Railroad Co. 

Total 

I 



$ 298.11 


817.74 


36,479.43 


141,813.15 


6,622.43 


3S9.02 


31,724.04 


814.39 


110,000.00 


250.00 


2,696.66 


1,751.33 


2,000.59 


335,656.89 


5,329.37 


507,596.93 


230,000.00 


2,568.93 


70,375.98 


1,055.59 



816,926. 



452 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line. 



Account. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast- 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand and ice 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle-guards and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — Dr.. 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards and other facilities — Cr._! 

Total — Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger-train cars — repairs 

Passenger-train cars — renewals 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Freight-train cars — renewals 

Freight-train cars — depreciation 

Electric equipment of cars — repairs 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 





Total 
al 

7 /O- 


Total 
g 

s, %. 


Amount. 


Rati© to 
of Gener 
Account 


Ratio to 
Operatir 
Expense 


$ 447,015.96 


6.74 


1.16 


213,271.54 


3.21 


.55 


1,334,592.31 


20.10 


3.45 


353,287.29 


5.32 


.91 


405,519.15 


6.11 


1.05 


2,250,072.40 


33.90 


5.82 


11,427.21 


.17 


.03 


19,565.58 


.30 


.06 


705,843.97 


10.64 


1.83 


19,868.48 


.30 


.05 


58,525.77 


.88 


.15 


16,767.30 


.25 


.04 


21,638.39 


.33 


.06 


521,975.49 


7.87 


1.35 


12,253.60 


.19 


.03 


73,469.03 


1.11 


.19 


15,034.63 


.23 


.04 


15,239.08 


.23 


.04 


100.00 


.01' 

3.63 




241,176.24 


.62 


100,918.84 


1.52 


.26 


. 6,635,724.58 


100.00 


17.17 


207,043.93 


2.10 


.54 


3,399,139.18 


34 41 


8.81 


12,383.87 


.13 


.03 


345,068.29 


3.49 


.89 


654,244.01 


6.62 


1.69 


17,335.81 


.18 


.04 


90,542.43 


.92 


.23 


3.200,163.42 


32.40 


8.29 


649,819.38 


6.58 


1.68 


927,611.03 


9.39 


2.41 


2.87 






25,221.36 ! 


.26 


.07 


6,587.61 


.07! 


.02 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



453 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 



Amount. 



•Sjo 



Maintenance of Equipment — Continued. 

I 

Work equipment — depreciation j $ 17,042.39 

Shop machinery and tools [ 236,836.64 

Injuries to persons j 20,939.65 

Stationery and printing i 12,264.51 

Other expenses 5, 196. 19 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr j 55,097.33 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr | 5,811.32 | 

Total — Maintenance of e quipment j 9 , 876 , 728 . 58 j 

Traffic Expenses— 

Superintendence '■ 447,003.98 

Outside agencies __ I 478,325 70 

! i 

Advertising j 76,070.59 i 

Traffic associations 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — Traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car-service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 



.17 
2.40 
.21 
.12 
.05 
.56 
.06 



2-5% 

q ay. 



100.00 



31.11 

33.29 
5.29 



25.56 



1.16 
1.23 
.20 



62,671 42 


4 36 


16 


105,147 47 ! 


7 32 


97 


1 
| 59,451.37 ! 

207,585 96 


4 14 


.15 
.54 
01 


14 45 


519.75 


.04 




1,436,776.24 


100.00 


3.72 


476,550.14 


2.52 


1.23 


508,779.81 


2.69 


1.32 


2,440,880.54 


12.89 


6.32 


109,052.47 


.58 


.28 


174,882.20 


.93 


.45 


332,090.23 


1.75 


.86 


'722,266.42 


3.80 


1.87 


22,951.74 


.12 


.06 


13,944.51 


.07 


.04 


492,306.55 


2.60 


1.27 


110,801.27 


.59 


.28 


379,986.41 


2.01 


.98 


32,223.18 


.17 


.08 


8,800.46 


.05 


.02 


11,173.89 


.06 


.03 


600,423.41 


3.17 


1.55 


88,789.68 


.47 


.23 



454 



W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 



Transportation Expenses — Continued. 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives . 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation.. 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total — Transportation expenses 

General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance '.. 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 




2,452,894.06 

629,088.16 

3,198,659.45 

228,782.53 

57,318.30 

73,176.56 

2,340,946.54 

603,598.06 

14,904.02 

66,453.69 

8,447.60 

86,910.59 

100,281.13 

161,018.56 

27,190.02 

867,557.42 

6,710.83 

141,503.85 

178,240.97 

1,323,424.65 

69,183.65 

50,187.63 



18,934,426.56 



General administration joint tracks, yards and termi- 
nals — Dr 

General administration joint tracks, yards and termi- 
nals — Cr 



183,303.64 

560,611.71 

67,811.55 

469,131.23 

293,299.63 

1,377.43 

74,463.88 

85,421.93 

18,009.63 

1,340.65 



Total — General expenses. 



1,752,089. 



12.95 
3.32 

16.89 

1.21 

.30 

.39 

12.36 

3.19 
.08 
.35 
.04 
.46 
.53 
.85 
.14 

4.58 
.04 
.75 
.95 

6.99 
.37 
.27 



100.00 



10.46 
32.00 

3.87 

26.77 

16.74 

.07 

4.25 

4.88 

1.03 

.07 



H w> k - 

lis 

+>oft 



100.00 



4.54 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



455 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account . 



Amount. 


Ratio to Total 
Of General 

Account, %. 


Ratio to Total 
Operating 
Expenses, %. 


$ 6,635,724.58 




17.17 


9,876,728.58 




25.56 


1,436,776.24 
18,934,426.56 




3.72 
49.01 


1,752,089.98 




4.54 








38,635,745.94 




100.00 









Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transport at ion expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 



Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 
67.43 per cent. 

Operating Expenses — State of North Carolina — 

Maintenance of way and structures J 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 



1,332,460.27 


16.75 


2,095,477.28 


26.34 


297,943.37 


3.74 


3,889,958.21 


48.89 


340,356.43 


4.28 




7,956,195.56 .. 


100.00 





Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 
60.12 per cent. 



SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES OF OUTSIDE OPERATIONS. 



Designation. 


Revenues. 


Expenses. 


Net 
Revenue 
or Deficit. 


Harbor terminal transfers 

Dining and special car service _ _____ _ 


$ 615,234.52 
310,340.10 
34S.724.18 


$ 522,321.27 
397,601.37 
335,395.80 


$ 92,913.25 
*87,261.27 


Louisville Terminal _ _ ______ __ 


13,328.38 






Totals __ ________ 


1,274,298.80 


1,255,318.44 


18,980.36 







♦Deficit. 



456 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 



Tracks — 

Gadsden to Attalla, Ala 

Woodlawn Jet. to Bessemer, Ala. 

Columbia, S. C 

North Birmingham, Ala 

Greenville, S. C 

Alexandria to Orange, Va 

Venice, 111 

East St. Louis, 111 



Name of Lessee. 



Item. 



Alabama Great Southern Railroad 

Alabama Great Southern Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Birmingham Belt Railroad 

Charleston and Western Carolina Railway . 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway 

Chicago and Alton Railroad 



Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. 
Louis Railway 



Danville to Stokesland, Va 

Huntingburg, Ind 

Greenville, S. C 

Vestal to Knoxville, Tenn 

Clear Fork-Jellico Branch, Tenn.. 

Coster, Tenn 

Gurnee Junction to Blocton, Ala. 
Mobile, Ala 



Florence, Ala., to Railroad connec- 
tions 



Decatur to Decatur Junction, Ala._. 

Macon, Ga 

Parrish to North Birmingham, Ala. _ 

Goldsboro, N. C 

Memphis, Tenn 



Northwestern Junction to Camden, 
S. C 



Raleigh to Caraleigh, N. C. 

Birmingham, Ala 

Cordova, Ala 

Mobile to Calvert, Ala 

Memphis, Tenn 

Mount Vernon, 111 

Total tracks 

Terminals — 

Pregnalls, S. C 

Augusta, Ga 

Seneca, S. C 

Newberry, S. C 



Danville and Western Railway 

Ferdinand Railway 

Greenville and Knoxville Railway 

Knoxville, Sevierville and East Railway.. 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Louisville and- Nashville Railroad 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 



Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Macon, Dublin and Savannah Railroad. 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 



Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Rail- 
way 



Northwestern Railroad of South Carolina 

Raleigh and Southport Railway 

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad 

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad 

Tombigbee Valley Railroad | 

Union Railway \ 

Wabash, Chester and Western Railroad __l 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Augusta Southern Railroad 

Blue Ridge Railway 

Columbia, Newberry and Laurens Railway 



$ 1,194.43 
9,931.33 
325.08 
185.28 
128.40 
84,478.65 
332.20 

1,046.65 

s l, 560.00 

2,250.00 

144.00 

823.55 

14,476.09 

108.88 

23,553.15 

1,631.31 

6,592.62 

13,931.62 

150.00 

8,675.12 
387.49 

100.00 
741.41 
999.96 
540.00 
93.08 
2.49 
182.28 
150.00 
174,715.07 

35.99 
249.96 
240.00 
211.65 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



457 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 
FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 



Name of Lessee. 



Item. 



Terminals — Continued — 

Hickory and Newton, N. C Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Chester, S. C Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Conover, N. C Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Gastonia, N. C Carolina and Northwestern Railway , 

Greenwood, S. C Charleston and Western Carolina Railway' 

Spartanburg, S. C Charleston and Western Carolina Railway: 

Spartanburg, S. C Carolina, Clinchfleld and Ohio Railway — 

Gulf, N. C Durham and Charlotte Railroad ' 

Donalds, S. C Due West Railway j 

Greenville, S. C Greenville and Knoxville Railway i 

Mobile, Ala Gulf Terminal Co ; 

Jacksonville, Fla Jacksonville Terminal Co i 

Knoxville, Tenn Knoxville, Sevierville and East Railway. J 

Woodbury, Ga Macon and Birmingham Railway 

Macon, Ga Macon, Dublin and Savannah Railroad 

Meridian, Miss Meridian Terminal Co 

Birmingham, Ala [ Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Bristol, Tenn Norfolk and Western Railway 

Winston-Salem, N. C Norfolk and Western Railway 

Raleigh, N. C Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Washington, D. C Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 

Railroad 



Raleigh, N. C " Raleigh and Southport Railway 

Denmark, S. C Seaboard Air Line Railroad 

Helena, Ga Seaboard Air Line Railroad 

Harriman, Tenn Tennessee Central Railway 

Selma, Ala Western Railway of Alabama 

Winston-Salem, N. C Winston-Salem Union Station Co. _ 

Empire, Ga . Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad. 

Hawkinsville, Ga Wrightsville and Tennille Railroad . 

Total terminals 



$ 951.78 


76.25 


35.04 


46.33 


230.19 


298.00 


1,084.69 


14.54 


37.50 


1,300.00 


1,007.40 


94.69 


205.74 


63.24 


1,800.00 


116.08 


2,450.00 


60.00 


410.02 


273.39 


565.02 


151.21 


71.36 


7 60 


2,067.23 


554.85 


2,435.71 


49.69 


3,600.00 


20,795.06 



SUMMARY. 



Total tracks 

Total terminals 

Grand total. 



$ 174,715.07 
20,795.06 
195,510.13 



458 



N. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION. 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 
FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Anderson Branch 


Belton to Anderson 

Gordonsville to Orange, Va._ 


Blue Ridge Railway. _ _ 


$ 9,499.98 


Gordonsville Branch 


Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. 


6,000.00 


Total . 


15,499 98 











MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description. 



Location. 



Office rent 

Office rent 

Property, Bell St. __ 

Warehouse 

Property 

Building 

Warehouse 

Building 

Wharfage 

Land 

Building 

Location 

Land 

Property 

Property 

Property 

Compresses, 1 and 2_ 

Property 

Wood yard 

Lot 

Storage yard 



Toccoa Compress Property 

Anniston Compress 

Atlanta, Ga 

Augusta, Ga 

Huntsville, Ala 

Atlanta, Ga _ 

Charleston, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Durham, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Columbia, S. C 

West Norfolk, Va 

Memphis, Tenn 

Atlanta, Ga 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Charlotte, N. C '__ 

Memphis, Tenn 

Charleston, S. C 

Memphis, Tenn 

East St. Louis, 111 



Use of tracks Durham, N. C 

Property Washington, D. C. 



Coal yard j Atlanta, Ga 

Pier No. 3 | Charleston, S. C. 



Property 

Coal wash plant. 

Use of tracks 

Land, 20 acres. ._ 
Coal yard 



Charlotte, N. C.__ 

Lake, 111 

Durham, N. C.J__ 
East St. Louis, 111. 
Atlanta, Ga 



Lessee. 


Amount. 


Atlantic Compress Co 


$ 4,299.12 


Atlantic Compress Co _ _ _ 


5,483.44 


Atlantic Compress Co. 


2,100 00 


Augusta Grocery Co. ______ 


720.00 


Alabama Cotton Oil Co 


500.00 


Carolina Portland Cement Co 


1,200.00 


Combahee Fertilizer Co 


1,525.44 


Conklin Tire Plate and Metal Co.. 


700.00 


Davis & Susong _ _ ... 


1,322.50 


Durham Union Station Co 


2,300.00 


Dixie Culvert and Metal Co 


550.00 


DuPre, E. M. __ _ ... 


677.20 


Eustis, William E. C 


809.58 


Fisher Lime and Cement Co 


600.00 




500.00 


Hackney, Broyles & Lackey 


987.54 


Heath Bros. (Sanders, Orr & Co.) 


3,999.98 


Hunt & Brother _ ... ... _._ 


880.48 




510.36 


Miller Paving Co. ... __. 


600.00 


Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron 
Co. 


500.00 


Norfolk and Western Railway 


600.00 


Philadelphia, Baltimore and 
Washington Railroad 


8,847.24 


Proctor Coal Co., The 


600.00 


Southern Steamship Co 


3,750.07 


Standard Fuel and Ice Co 


550.00 


Southern Coal and Mining Co 


1,000.00 


Seaboard Air Line Railway 


600.00 


St. Louis Cotton Compress Co... 


600.00 


Truitt & Sons, S. M 


1,380.00 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



459 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description. 


Location. 


Lessee. 


Amount. 




Atlanta, Ga 


Wills & Co., J. W 


$ 540.00 




East St. Louis, 111. _ _ 


Wiggins Ferry Co.. __ _ 


2,200.00 




Burlington, N. C 

Balsam, N. C 

Rock Run, Ala 


Motley, J. J 

Boice Lumber Co. _ _ 


1,627.40 


Rail 


850.27 


Rail 


Bass Foundry Machine Co 


553.10 


Rail 


Arringdale, Va 


Camp Manufacturing Co 


1,627.06 


Rail 


Heath Springs, S. C 


Central Railway of So. Carolina - 


972.74 


Rail 


Badham, S. C 


Dorchester Lumber Co 


1,207.12 


Rail 


Middlesboro, Ky 


Fork Ridge Coal and Coke Co.-_ 


560.70 


Rail 


Emporia, Va 


Hitchcock Trego Land, Lumber 
and Quarry Co. 


544 18 


Rail 


Jackson, Ga 


Georgia Construction Co 


783.60 


Rail 


Gray, Va. 


Gray Lumber Co 


521 85 


Rail 


Ripley, Miss 


Gulf and Chicago Railroad 


2,784.40 


Rail 


Riderville, Ala _ 


Jackson Lumber Co., E. E.- 


565.27 


Rail 


Parrish and N. Birming- 
ham, Ala 


Mobile and Ohio Railroad 


1,133.28 


Rail___ 


Freeman, Va _ . _ 


Newell & Peart 


1,209.14 


Rail.__ 


Lee, S. C .. . 


Sumter and Choctaw Railway 


566.40 


Rail 


Trucot, Va 


Truitt & Co., G. W 


566.80 


Rail 


Mobile, Ala 


Tombigbee Valley Railroad 


1,655.43 


Rail 


Pine Hill, Ala 


Vredenburgh Sawmill Co 


1,452.48 


Rail___ _ 


1 Flat wood, Ala.-_ _ _ _ 


Vredenburgh Sawmill Co. 


935.09 


Rail 


Judson, N. C - _ 


! Whiting Manufacturing Co. 


1,626.30 






Miscellaneous 


41.157.59 










Total _ _ 


114,333.15 







MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 



Source of Income. 



Pullman Company, approximate earnings under contract 

South Carolina and Georgia Railroad, lands, income from sale stumps 
Miscellaneous rents received from property purchased for construction 

South-Eastern Clergy Bureau 

Miscellaneous items 

Total 



Net Miscel- 
laneous 
Income. 



$ 50,000.00 

25,213.84 

8,583.13 

2,193.65 

3,404.52 



1,395.14 



Selma, N. C, to Pinners Point, Va. _ 
Charleston, S. C 



460 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

RENTS PAYABLE. 

FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 

Location of Property. Name of Lessor. Item. 

Tracks — 

York, Ala., to Meridian, Miss ' Alabama Great Southern Railroad I $ 7,086.30 

I 

Woodlawn Jet. to Birmingham, Ala. j Alabama Great Southern Railroad 3,311.66 

Mobile, Ala. (cut-off) j Alabama Great Southern Railroad I 28.50 

Central Jet., Ga., to Jacksonville, FlaJ Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 90,527.69 

Hardeeville, S. O, to Central Jet., Ga. ' Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 8,760.56 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 78 , 677 . 53 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 1,084.47 

Columbia, S. C j Atlantic Coast Line Railroad j 26.28 

Boone, Va j Atlantic Coast Line Railroad j 139.93 

Jesup, Ga Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ! 87.68 

Atlanta, Ga Atlanta and West Point Railroad ! 123.36 

Talladega, Ala I Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlanta Rail- 

road i 440.98 

New Albany, Ind ; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 600.00 

Central Jet., Ga., to Savannah, Ga. _j Central of Georgia Railway j 430.00 

l i ' 

Venice, 111 , Chicago and Alton Railway ; 375.96 

Atlanta, Ga I Georgia Railroad j 7,197.36 

Bennetts Fork Branch Louisville and Nashville Railroad : 17,398.82 

Cumberland Gap Tunnel Co Louisville and Nashville Railroad 8,173.39 

New Decatur, Ala ; Louisville and Nashville Railroad i 122.16 

Jellico, Tenn., to Hyde, Tenn Louisville and Nashville Railroad ; 11,658.35 

| 

Dalton, Ga ; Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Rail-, 

way , 3,240.00 

Stevenson, Ala., to Chattanooga, 

Tenn : Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Rail-' 

way i 44,695.71 

Washington, D. O, to S. E. Potomac j Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 

Bridge, Va Railroad 28,020.75 

St. Louis, Mo J Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis 16,902.78 

Washington-Southern Railway '■ 16,149.13 



S. E. Potomac Bridge, Va., to Semi- 
nary, Va 



Total tracks. 
Yards — 

Brunswick, Ga._- 



345,259.35 



: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad , 153.68 

1 

Potomac, Va ; Washington Southern Railway j 23,089.56 

Total yards j ! 23,243.24 

Terminals — 

Akron, Ala i Alabama Great Southern Railroad __. 87.49 

Attalla, Ala ; Alabama Great Southern Railroad 1,681.45 

Chattanooga, Tenn Alabama Great Southern Railroad 1,454.42 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



461 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 


Name of Lessor. 


Item. 


Terminals — Continued — 
York, Ala 


Alabama Great Southern Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _ 


% 90 00 


Brunswick, Ga._ __ . _ 


405 75 


Jesup, Ga . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 


1,512 94 


Sanf ord, N. C 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


250.08 


Selma, N. C 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


102 72 


Atlanta, Ga _ 


Atlanta Terminal Co. 


51,839 40 


Augusta, Ga. _ 


Augusta and Summerville Railroad 

Augusta Union Station Co. . 


434.13 


Augusta, Ga. _______ 


1,915.04 


Birmingham, Ala. __ _ _ _ 


Birmingham Terminal Co. 


32,297 28 


Atlanta, Ga... ._ . . 


Central of Georgia Railway. 


804 44 


Columbus, Ga. ___ _ 


Central of Georgia Railway 


561 60 


Fort Valley, Ga 


Central of Georgia Railway. 


277 20 


Griffin, Ga _ 


Central of Georgia Railway 

Central of Georgia Railway 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Charleston Union Station Co 


297 00 


Savannah, Ga. __________ 


7,763 37 


Columbia, S. C. . 


4 988 02 


Charleston, S. C.__ _ __ _ 


5,391 14 


Danville, Ky 


Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 
Railway 


6,274.38 



Burgin, Ky.. 



Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 
Railway 



Georgetown, Ky ' Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 

Railway 



Harriman Jet., Tenn j Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 

Railway 

Lexington, Ky 



Allendale, S. C 

Greenwood, S. C 

Centralia, 111 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
French Lick, Ind.._ 



Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 
Railway 



Durham, N. C 

East St. Louis, 111. 



Evansville, Ind.__ 
Oakland City, Ind. 
Goldsboro, N. C. _ 

Mobile, Ala 

Memphis, Tenn.. _ 



Charleston and Western Carolina Railroad. 
Charleston and Western Carolina Railroad. 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. 
Chattanooga Station Co 



Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville Rail- 
road 



Durham Union Station Co. . 



East St. Louis Relay Passenger Station 
Associat ion 



Evansville and Terre Haute Railroad . 
Evansville and Indianapolis Railroad _ 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

Gulf Terminal Co 

Illinois Central Railroad 



11.24 

420.00 

95.08 

197.30 

243.80 

24.00 

3,069.81 

14,783.94 

2,883.61 
2,867.45 

261.76 
3,457.29 

240.00 
1,507.26 
8,716.68 
2,400.00 



462 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 

FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location, of Property. 



Terminals — Continued- 
Louisville, Ky . 

Brown, 111 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Louisville, Ky 



Name of Lessor. 



Item. 



Illinois Central Railroad.. 
Illinois Central Railroad.. 
Jacksonville Terminal Co. 



Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Rail- 
road Co 



Cumberland Gap, Tenn 

Anniston, Ala 

Meridian, Miss 

Meridian, Miss 

Sheffield, Ala 

Burkeville, Va 

Lynchburg, Va 

Bristol, Tenn.-Va 

Washington, D. O, Freight Station 



Washington, D. O, Seventh Street 
Station 



Louisville and Nashville Railroad. 
Louisville and Nashville Railroad. 

Meridian Terminal Co 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Northern Alabama Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway 



Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 
Railroad 



Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 
Railroad 



Eckington, D. C. 



Savannah, Ga 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Meridian, Miss 

Durham, N. C 

Augusta, Ga 

Denmark, S. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

St. Louis, Mo 

Alexandria, Va 

Washington, D. C 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Total terminals.. 



Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 
Railroad 



Savannah Union Station Co 

St. John's River Terminal Co 

Standard Trust Co. of New York 

Standard Trust Co. of New York 

Safe Deposit and Trust Co. of Baltimore. _ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis 

Washington Southern Railway 

Washington Terminal Co 

Winston-Salem Union Station Co 



$ 12,215.44 


162.25 


5,112.31 


79,350.43 


90.00 


1,200.00 


1,048.27 


1,913.40 


330.49 


52.50 


2,786.18 


2,347.26 



9,223.79 

500.00 

27,881.07 

4,433.56 

11,826.41 

122.08 

2,185.55 

2,449.06 

157.33 

143.15 

8,745.20 

2,203.21 

101,706.84 

2,361.12 



440,153.97 



SUMMARY. 



Total tracks 

Total yards and terminals. 
Grand total 



$ 345,259.35 
463,397.21 



1,656.56 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



463 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 
FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Guaran- 
teed 
Interest 

on 
Bonds. 


Guaran- 
teed 
Dividends ! Cash, 
on 
Stock. 


Total. 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 

Atlantic and Danville Railway 


$247,500.00 


$119,000.00 | $ 2,500.00 
218,000.00 


$ 369,000.00 
218,000.00 


Georgia Midland Railway. _ 


49,500.00 
78,000.00 




49,500.00 


Mobile and Birmingham Railroad 


35,904.00 


113,904.00 


North Carolina Railroad 




„ 286,000.00 


286,000.00 


Richmond and Mecklenburg Railroad _ 


12,600.00 
329,200.00 




12,600.00 


Southern Railway — Carolina Division 


3,300.00 


332,500.00 








Totals 


716,800.00 


154,904.00 509,800.00 


1,381,504.00 



MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description. 


Location. 


Lessor. 


Amount . 


Land 


Atlanta, Ga 


Atlanta Gas Light Co 


$ 1,200.00 


Right of way 


Through Rose Hill Ceme- 
tery, Macon, Ga 

Augusta, Ga 


City of Macon 


2,000.00 


Annuity 


City of Augusta 


2,777.77 


Side-track _ 


Clifton and Converse, S. C. 


Clifton Manufacturing Co 


6,000.00 


Taxes and rent 


Charlotte, N. C 


Charlotte Compress Co. 


2,136.21 


Land 


Atlanta, Ga 


Central of Georgia Railway 


2,913.72 


Terminal facilities . - 


Columbus and Griffin, Ga. 


Georgia Midland Terminal Co. . _ 


2,499.96 


Land 


Louisville, Ky 


Illinois Central Railroad 


1,062.00 


Land 


Augusta, Ga 


North Augusta Land Co 


724.82 


Land 


Norfolk, Va 


Norfolk and Carolina Railroad __ 


12,000.00 


Land 


Lynchburg, Va 


Peters, William E. & M. S 


1,700.00 


Land 


Pacolet Beach, S. C 


Pacolet Manufacturing Co 


750.00 


Trade 


Selma, N. C 


Selma Street and Suburban Rail- 
way 


1,012.50 


Land _ _ _ 


East St. Louis, 111. 


Wiggins Ferry Co. 


1,625.00 


Miscellaneous _ 






1,908.68 








Total 


40,310.66 




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RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 
OTHER DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME. 



Nature of Deduction. 



Southern Railway in Mississippi — income from operation, Alabama State Line 
to Columbus, Miss 

North Carolina Midland Railroad — income from operation 

Federal corporation tax 

Roswell Railroad, arbitrary 

Chattanooga Station Co., discount on bonds 

Total 



Amount. 



$ 31,958.56 

78,228.23 

47,382.02 

6,988.36 

7,471.67 



172,028.84 



SEPARATELY OPERATED PROPERTIES. 



Name of Property. 


Location. 


, Profit. 


Loss. 


New Orleans Terminal Co. 


New Orleans, La 


--J $ 


$ 97,010.67 







Okolona (Miss.) Branch i Okolona, Miss. _ _ 

Hermitage Elevator Nashville, Tenn.. 

Athens Belt Line I Athens, Ga 

Central Transfer Railway and Storage Co._J Louisville, Ky._. 
Net total I 



3,857.26 



16,215.13 
6,728.95 



364.55 



116,462.04 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



465 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 
EQUIPMENT LEASED. 



Kind of Equipment. 


Name of Lessee. 


Number 
of 

Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Accrued Receivable — 
Locomotives 


Southern Railway in Mississippi 

Tallulah Fails Railway _ . 


37 
1 
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1 
2 
1 
2 

12 
1 
2 
1 
1 
7 

18 


S 3,925.20 




765.00 




Central Railway of South Carolina 

Cranberry Furnace Co 


210.00 
1,805.00 




Cumberland Railroad __ 


6,175.00 




Lawrenceville Branch Railroad 

Tennessee Central Railroad . . 


182.50 
360 98 


Passenger-train cars. 


Southern Railway in Mississippi 

Central Railway of South Carolina 

Cumberland Railroad. _ ... 


846.92 




240.00 
2,190.00 




Tellico Railway . . _ __ 


499.92 


Freight-train cars . _ _ 


Ware Shoals Manufacturing Co 

Lawrenceville Branch Railroad 

Southern Railway in Mississippi . 


120 00 
182.50 


Roadway cars 


206.24 






Totals... ... 


87 
200 


17,709 26 


Rents Accrued Payable — 
Freight-train cars 


Streets Western Stable Car Line 


29,184.05 



Corp. 2 30 



466 



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HIRE OF EQUIPMENT— Continued. 
EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive Days 
or Car Days. 


Locomotive Miles 
or Car Miles. 


Total 
Compen- 
sation. 




Number. 


Rate. 


Number. 


Rate. 




Accrued on Equipment Bor- 
rowed — 

Passenger locomotives ~) 

Freight locomotives _ _ f 


6,947 

1,317 

6,367,000 

22,304 


Various. _ 






$ 36,335.00 


Work locomotives J 


Various. _ 
Various. _ 


3,818,448 


Various. _ 


98,447.35 


Freight-train cars. 


1,888,990.89 










6,357.41 












Totals.. _ _ - 


6,397,568 




3,818,448 




2,030,130.65 










Accrued on Equipment 
Loaned — 

Passenger locomotives 1 

Freight locomotives [ 


8,729 

2,678 

7,195,194 

23,104 


Various. _ 






66,867.55 


Work locomotives J 


Various. _ 
Various. _ 


4,564,023 


Various. . 




Passenger-train cars _ 


126,272.87 


Freight-train cars. 


2,136,735.68 


Work cars 








13,499.34 












Totals. 


7,229,705 




4,564,023 




2,343,375.44 








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RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount 
Payable. 


Equipment leased .__ .... 


$ 17,709.26 
2,343,375.44 


$ 29,184.05 


Equipment interchanged _ _.__ 


2,030,130.65 


Private cars _ _ ... 


152,424.29 








Totals. _. _ ... _ ... 


2,361,084.70 


2,211,738.99 


Balance . 


149,345.71 









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473 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



Num- 
ber. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total 
Yearly 
Compen- 
sation. 



I Average 
j Daily 

| Compen- 
i sation. 



Other officers 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Engin emen 

Firemen ! 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Totals 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses. 

' Transportation expenses 

Tot als 

Totals (including general officers) — en- 
tire line 



113 
308 
655 
275 
280 
211 
470 
260 
396 

1,014 
235 

1,420 
271 
264 
204 



6,376 



40,760 

111,220 

239,172 

85,930 

91,960 

59,776 

154,992 

75,216 

107,008 

236,224 

82,032 

361,056 

97,620 

96,360 

60,828 



$ 124 
181 
266 
404 
213 
228 
278 
232 
192 
477 
125 
328 
172 
221 
65 



309.80 

404.12 

646.96 

760.24 

355.08 I 

231.96 | 

915.88 

598.88 > 

678.72 

699.36 

007.80 

669.16 

469.16 

077.16 j 

859.72 



1,900,154 j 3,513,684.00 



3.05 
1.63 
1.11 
4.71 
2.32 
3.82 
1.80 
3.09 
1.80 
2.02 
1.52 
.91 
1.77 
2.29 
1.08 
1.85 



1,951 


537,240 


681,101.88 


1.27 


1,360 


302,188 


764,958.96 


2.53 


2 


730 


588.00 


.81 


3,063 


1,059,996 


2,067,035.16 


1.95 


6,376 


1,900,154 


3,513,684.00 


1.85 



11,299,465 21,391,693.94 



474 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS- Entire Line. 



Item. 



Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Passbngeb Traffic — ■ 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue.. 

Number of passengers carried 1 mile 

Number passengers carried 1 mile per mile of road 

Average distance, carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue - — 

Average amount received from each passenger^ 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road- 
Passenger service train revenue per train-mile __ 

FitBioiiT Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight < -am in g revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number Of Ions carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles).. 

Total freight revenue. 

Average amount received for each ton of freight. 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile. 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses; 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue 

Net operating revenue per mile or road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile — 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile.. 

Average number tons freight per loaded car-mile 
Average number of Ions of freight per frain-mile. 
Average number Of freight cars per train-mile. . 
Average number of loaded cars per train-mile _ 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile . - 

Average mileage operated during year 



15,694,486 

671,732,143 

95,279 

42.80 



25,204,297 

3,985,563,001 

565,314 

158.13 



13 

43 

4.73 

14.53 

237.46 

23.36 

16.34 

6.08 

7,050.17 



Revenue and Rates. 



Dollars. 



14,639,160 



17,913,963 

2,540 

1 



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1 



5,412 
2 

57,294,508 

8,126 

1 

38,635,745 
5,480 

18,658,762 
2,646 



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Mills. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



475 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight locomotive miles _ _ 


16,638,351 




Passenger locomotive miles _ 


14,747,768 




Mixed locomotive miles ._ 


1,171,727 




Special locomotive miles 


89,604 




Switching locomotive miles 


6,806,664 








Total revenue locomotive mileage _ . _. 




39,454,114 


Nonrevenue service locomotive miles 




1,213,896 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight Car Miles — 






Loaded __ _ __ . 


274,313,346 




Empty . __ _ __ 


101,975,273 






15,701,233 








Total freight car miles _. 




391,989,852 


Passenger Car Miles — 






Passenger 


35,093,180 




Sleeping, parlor and observation _ 


14,961,979 




Other passenger-train cars _ _ 


23,777,410 








Total passenger car miles __ 




73,832,569 


Special Car Miles — 






Freight — loaded _ _ ._ _ _ 


273,451 
19,329 




Caboose _ ._ . __________________ 




Passenger _ ____ 


293,387 




Sleeping, parlor and observation . _ _ 


31,739 




Other passenger-train cars _ _ 


64,382 








Total special car miles. __ __ _ 




682,288 








Total revenue car mileage _ _ _ 


466,504,709 


Nonrevenue service car miles _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ 




5,526,254 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 






Freight train miles _ __ 


15,621,821 




Passenger train miles _ _ _ _ 


14,436,487 




Mixed train miles . _ ________ 


1.162.158 





Special train miles 

Total revenue train mileage. 
Nonrevenue service train miles _. 



89,604 



31,310,070 
1,213,896 



476 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 


Passengers,, 

Tonnage, 

Etc. 


Revenue and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic — 




Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills. 


Number of passengers carried earning revenue 


3,936,355 








Number of passengers carried one mile _ _ _ 


139,732,760 








Number passengers carried one mile per mile of road 


95,420 








Average distance carried (miles) _______ 


35.50 








Total passenger revenue. __ 


3,126,381 


01 




Average amount received from each passenger. _ 






79 


4.23 


Average receipts per passenger per mile _ _ _ _ 






02 


2.37 


Total passenger service train revenue. _ _ 




3,791,121 


86 




Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 




2,588 


85 




Passenger service train revenue per train-mile _ _ 




1 


30 


8.90 


Freight Traffic — 










Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue _ 


6,327,954 








Number of tons carried one mile_ __ _____ 


857,719,025 








Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 


585,714 








Average distance haul of one ton (miles) __ _ _ 


135.54 








Total freight revenue _ _ 




9,315,010 


88 








1 


47 


2 04 


Average receipts per ton per mile _ _ _ _ 






01 


.86 






6,360 


97 




Freight revenue per train-mile . _ 




2 


50 


7.35 


Total Traffic — 














13,233,882 


64 




Operating revenues per mile of road. 




9,037 


07 








2 


11 


6.62 






7,956,195 


56 








5,433 


07 




Operating expenses per train-mile _ 




1 


27 


2.51 






5,277,687 


08 








3,604 






Average number of passengers per car-mile 


15 








Average number of passengers per train-mile 


48 








Average number of passenger cars per train-mile — 


4.83 








Average number tons of freight per loaded car-mile. 


12.33 








Average number of tons of freight per train-mile — 


230.88 








Average number of freight cars per train-mile 


24.66 








Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 


18.73 








Average number of empty cars per train-mile 


5.03 










1,464.40 













SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 

Classification. Item. 

Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight locomotive miles 3,640,588 

Passenger locomotive miles 2,578,298 

Mixed locomotive miles 379 .405 

Special locomotive miles IS. 049 

Switching locomotive miles 1.169. 459 

Total revenue locomotive mileage — 

Nonrevenue service locomotive miles 

Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 

Loaded 69,583,778 

Empty 1S.07vi.340 

Caboose 3. 347. .WO 

Total freight car miles 

Passenger Car Miles- — 

Passenger 6.601.75V 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 2,763,803 

Other passenger-train cars 4.62S.63S 

Total passenger car miles 

Special Car Miles — 

Freight — loaded 67 . 623 

Caboose 4 .963 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor and observation 

Other passenger-train cars 

Total special car miles 

Total revenue car mileage 

Nonrevenue service car miles 

Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight train miles 

Passenger train miles 

Mixed train miles 

Special train miles 

Total revenue train mileage 

Nonrevenue service train miles 



Total. 



r6,799 



33S.10S 



91. 610. 90S 



13.994.200 



64,626 




5,847 




13,583 






156,642 






105,761,750 








1,610,780 


3.33S.004 




2.. VI 9. 226 




377,084 




IS. 049 






6,252,363 








338,108 







478 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 


Per Cent. 


Grain _ _ _ . _ _. _ _ _ _ 


114,873 


1.82 


Flour - .- _- 


70,017 
51,296 


1.11 


Other mill products. - - _ _ 


.81 


Hay. 


31,667 


.50 


Tobacco _ . — __ ----- — .- 


60,091 


.95 


Cotton - _ . -_ 


177.841 


2.81 


Fruit and vegetables _. _ _ _ _ 


90,785 


1.43 


Other products of agriculture . _ _ _ _ - 


111,525 


1.76 






Total . -_ --_• __ - 


708,095 


11.19 






Products of Animals — 






Livestock. . _ _ . 


22,756 


.36 




4,568 


07 


Other packing-house products _ 


23,616 


.37 


Poultry, game and fish •___ 


5,593 


.09 


Wool 


2,458 


.04 


Hides and leather. _ _ . _ _ _ - _ 


38,912 


.62 






Total _____ . . . 


97,930 


1.55 






Products of Mines — 






Anthracite coal _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 


13,458 
1,293,939 


.21 


Bituminous coal . _ _ _ _ 


20.45 


Coke 


6,703 


.10 


Ores _ _ __ 


37,791 


.60 


Stone, sand and other like articles - _ _ 


270,582 


4.28 


Other products of mines _ __ - 


43,251 


.68 






Total __ ___ _ _ _. . . 


1,665,724 


26.32 






Products of Forests — 






Lumber ._ _. _ 


999,185 


15.79 




582,278 


9.20 






Total -. _ _ . 


1,581,463 


24.99 






Man uf actures — 






Petroleum and other oils . . — 


88,629 


1.40 


Sugar . _ _ . _ . _ 


18,881 


.30 


Naval stores. _ . _ 


4,500 
85,800 


.07 


Iron, pig and bloom ._ _ _ . _ 


1.35 


Iron and steel rails . . 


16,206 


.26 


Other castings and machinery 


48,657 


.77 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



479 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Commodity. 



Manufactures — Continued — 

Bar and sheet metal 

Cement, brick and lime 

Agricultural implements 

Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 

Wines, liquors and beers 

Household goods and furniture 

Other manufactures 

Total 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous — 

Other commodities not mentioned above. 

Total tonnage — State 

Total tonnage — entire line 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Whole Tons. 


Per Cent. 


3,331 


.05 


269,364 


4.26 


8,365 


.13 


6,433 


.10 


5,592 


.09 


25,829 


.41 


522,049 


8.25 


1,103,632 


17.44 



761,729 



409,381 



6,327,954 



12.04 



.47 



100.00 



25,204,297 



100.00 



480 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 



Item. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1909. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1910. 


Number Fitted 
with — 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 
Passenger 


368 
969 
208 


10 


22 
50 


356 
919 
201 


356 
919 
201 


356 


Freight 


919 


Switching _ _ _ 




201 






Total locomotives in service. 
Less locomotives leased 


1,545 
149 


10 


79 


1,476 
149 


1,476 
149 


1,476 
149 










Total locomotives owned 


1,396 


10 


79 


1,327 


1,327 


1,327 


Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 
First-class cars 


373 
87 

122 
16 
5 

333 
1 


88 
3 
6 
4 
3 

.8 


11 

2 

4 


450 

8S 
124 
20 

8 

346 

1 


450 

88 

124 

20 

8 

346 

1 


450 


Second-class cars _ 


88 


Combination cars_ 


124 


Dining cars. 


20 


Parlor cars _ _ _ 




8 


Baggage, express and postal 
cars 


5 


346 


Other cars in passenger service 


1 










Total . 


937 


122 


22 


1,037 


1,037 


1,037 






In Freight Service — 

Box cars _ _ 


28,951 

2,383 

718 

19,639 
152 
194 


575 

200 
233 


1,777 

265- 

82 

1,475 

4 
54 


27,749 

2,118 

836 

18,397 
148 
140 


27,686 

2,051 

832 

18,048 

148 

99 


27,749 


Flat cars 


2,118 


Stock cars 

Coal cars 


836 
18,397 


Refrigerator cars 

Other cars in freight service 


148 
140 


Total . 


52,037 


1,008 


3,657 


49,388 


48,864 


49,388 






In Company's Service — 
Officers' and pay cars _ 


19 

10 

27 

843 

1,213 






19 
9 

28 

803 

1,188 


19 
9 

28 
642 
831 


19 


Gravel cars 


1 

4 

63 


1 


9 


Derrick cars _ _ _ 


28 


Caboose cars 

Other road cars 


44 

88 


803 
1,188 


Total 


2,112 


68 


133 


2,047 


1,529 


2,047 


Total cars in service 

Less cars leased 


55,086 
3,412 


1,198 


3,812 


52,472 
3,412 


51,430 
3,351 


52,472 
3,412 










Total cars owned 


51,674 


1,198 


3,812 


49,060 


48,079 


49,060 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



481 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line— Continued. 
EQUIPMENT OWNED OR LEASED NOT IN SERVICE OF RESPONDENT. 



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Number 

on 

June 30, 

1909. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1910. 


Number Fitted 
with — 


Train Automatic 
Brake. Coupler. 


Locomotives _ 


26 


29 




55 


55 55 








Cars in passenger service _____ 


12 

7 
8 


6 




18 
7 
18 


18 18 


Cars in freight service _ 






Cars in company's service 


10 




18 18 


Total cars _ _ 


27 


16 




43 


36 36 









Corp. 2 31 



482 



W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 









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MILEAGE— Entire Line— Continued. 
C. MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED, BY STATES— (Single Track). 



State. 



Line Owned. 



Main Line. 



Branches 
and Spurs. 



Total 
Mileage j 



Rails. 



0wned ' Iron. I Steel. 



Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

Illinois 

Total mileage owned (single track) 



414.88 
239.70 
321.71 
474.09 
610.55 



382.57 
146.71 



2,590.21 



*201.60 
349.05 
*45.13 
178.93 
209.00 
*37.82 
292.21 
10.40 



1,324.14 



616.48 
588.75 
366.84 
653.02 
819.55 
37.82 
674.78 
157.11 



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3,914.35 



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616.48 
588.59 
366.84 
653.02 
819.32 
37.82 
674.72 
157.11 
3,913.90 



*The difference in mileage of 57.20 is: Mileage of line between Orange, Va., and Gor- 
donsville, Va., owned by Southern Railway, but leased to and operated by Chesapeake 
and Ohio Railway 9.40 

Mileage of line between Anderson, S. O, and Belton, S. C, owned by Southern 
Railway, but leased to and operated by Blue Ridge Railway 9. 98 

Mileage of Okolona-Big Creek Line in Mississippi, owned by Southern Railway, but 
operated by the Mobile and Ohio Railroad for account of this company 37. 82 

Total . 57.20 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



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RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— State of North Carolina. 



New Rails Laid During Year. 


New Ties Laid During Year. 


Kind. 


Tons. 


Weight 
Per Yard, 
Pounds. 


Average 

Price Per 

Ton at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Dollars. 


Kind. 


Number. 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Cents. 


Steel . _ _ 


1,144.80 
9,920.17 


80 

85 


29.76 
29.52 


Oak 


515,433 

18,239 
2,760 
4,924 
1,796 


40 8 


Steel __. . 


Pine. 


31 6 




Cypress 

Chestnut 

Hemlock 

Totals 


33.0 
22.7 
28.5 


Total steel 


11,064.97 




29.54 


543,152 


40.3 









CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES— State of North Carolina. 



Locomotives. 


Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous — 

Tons. 


Total Fuel 

Consumed — 

Tons. 


Miles Run. 


Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile. 


Revenue Service — 

Freight ____ 


419,275 
158,098 
20,152 
663 
70,750 
13,897 


419,275 
158,098 
20,152 
663 
70,750 
13,897 


3,640,588 
2,578,298 

379,405 

18,049 

1,160,459 

338.108 


230.33 


Passenger .. __ _ 


122.64 


Mixed _ _ _ _ 


106.23 


Special 

Switching 

Nonrevenue service 


73.47 
121.94 
82.20 








Totals . _ _ 


682,835 


682,835 


8,114,907 


168.29 






Average cost at distributing point 




$ 1.05 















ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 



487 



ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

General Manager 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Auditor 



J. F. Hays 

E. H. Coapman 
H. C. Ansley -- 
R. D. Lankford 
A. H. Plant — 



Asheville, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. F. Hays, Asheville, N. C; R. D. Lankford, C. E. A. McCarthy, 
W. S. Townsend, New York City. 

PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Connection with A. and C. A. M. Ry. — Glenns Creek (miles) 
Craggy, N. C, to Burnsville Road (miles) 

CAPITAL STOCK, ETC 

Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid— North Carolina 



2.18 
2.26 



24,200.00 

10,708.00 

16,503.30 

7,302.34 

5,100.00 

2,256.63 

9,558.97 

3,627.47 

2,856.78 

770.69 

817.00 

643.42 

3, 609. 47 

812.94 

18.00 

121.00 



EMPLOYEES. 

Number general officers, 6; enginemen, 1; conductors, 1; section foremen and other trackmen, 5; 
other employees, 1; other station men, 1. Total, 16. 



488 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ASHEVILLE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 




H W Miller 




H. C. Ansley 

A H Plant — 











DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. O; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; H. W. Miller, Raleigh, N. C; 
H. C. Ansley, Washington, D. C; J. F. Hays, Asheville, N. C; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Asheville, N. C, to Glenns Creek (miles)- 



2.18 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 



$ 60,000.00 
27,522.93 
34,555.64 
15,851.21 
15,851.21 



Note.— Earnings, etc., included in report of Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway Company. 



ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE RAIL-WAY. 



489 



ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Name. 



Charles S. Fairchild 

Harlan F. Stone 

J. W. Platten 



Official Address. 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



DIRECTORS. 

Charles S. Fairchild, 10 West 8th Street, N. Y.; Herbert L. Griggs, 48 Wall Street, N. Y.; John 
A. Middleton, 143 Liberty Street, N. Y.; Edwin W. Lancaster, 10 Wall Street, N. Y; George F. Can- 
field, 49 Wall Street, N. Y.; Hiram W. Sibley, Triangle Building, Rochester, N. Y.; Frederick Crom- 
well, 32 Nassau Street, N. Y.; Robert L. Harrison, 59 Wall Street, N. Y.; Joseph Wilmer, Rapidan, 
Va.; Harlan F. Stone, 49 Wall Street, N. Y.; George M. Cummings, 49 Wall Street, N. Y.; Henry 
Parish. Jr., 52 Wall Street, N. Y. 



PROPERTY OPERATED-State of North Carolina. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway, from Charlotte, N. O, to State Line, S. 


43.18 






PROPERTY OPERATED-Entire Line. 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway, from Charlotte, N. C, to Armour, Ga. 


263. 08 






CAPITAL STOCK. ETC. 



Capital stock— common — number of shares authorized 

Par value of shares 

Total par value authorized 

Total amount issued and outstanding 

Funded debt 

Cost of road and equipment 



17,000 
$ 100.00 

1,700,000.00 
1,700,000.00 
5,500,000.00 
7,200,000.00 



490 



X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




London, Eng. 
Norfolk Va 








Walter C. Archer 


Norfolk, Va. 





DIRECTORS. 

B. Newgass, London, Eng.; J. W. Perry, Norfolk, Va.; Walter C. Archer, Norfolk, Va.; John T. 
Griffin, Portsmouth, Va.; John F. Rison, Danville, Va.; A. B. Carrington, Danville, Va.; J. W. 
Carter, Danville, Va.; Robt. Haskins, Richmond, Va.; S. M. Lehman, New York City. 



MILEAGE. 



Mileage in North Carolina 

Mileage, Danville, Va., to Norfolk, Va 

Mileage, James River Division 

Mileage, Portsmouth branch 

Mileage, Hitchcock branch 

Mileage, Buffalo Springs branch 



22.00 
205.10 
50-36 
10.02 
8.33 



CAPITAL STOCK AND FUNDED DEBT-Lessor's Report. 



Capital stock— common 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment 



$ 2,180,000 

7,850 

5,450,000 

19,625 

7,644,704 



ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY. 



41)1 



ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



A. B. Andrews- — 
Fairfax Harrison - 

H. W. Miller 

H. C. Ansley 

A. H. Plant 



Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

J. Van Lindley, Greensboro, N. C; J. W. Fry, Greensboro, N. C; C. H. Ireland, Greensboro, 
N. C; J. F.Jordan, Greensboro, N. C; J. C. Watkins, Greensboro, N. C. ; W. H. Osborne, Greens- 
boro, N. C. Directors elected to hold office for one year ensuing date of election or until their suc- 
cessors are elected and shall have qualified. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 





Termini. 




Name. 


From— 


To- 


Line. 


Atlantic and Yadkin Rail- 


Sanford 


Mount Airy 


130. 95 


Atlantic and Yadkin Rail- 


18.74 








11.39 










Total 


161.08 











Note. — Southern Railway operates through ownership of capital stock. 



COST OF ROAD EQUIPMENT AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS. 



Item. 



Total Cost to 
June 30, 1907. 



Cost 
Per Mile. 



Total cost of construction, equipment, etc. • $ 2,500,000.00 $ 



15,520.00 



4:92 



X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION, 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Total 

Amount 

Outstanding-. 



Apportion- 
ment to 
Railroads. 



Amount Per Mile of Line. 



Miles. 



Amount. 



Capital stock 

Bonds 

Total — 



S 1,000,000.00 All 
1,500,000.00 All 



2,500,000.00 



161.08 S 6,208.00 
161.08 9,312.00 



161.0; 



15,520.00 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Gross income from lease of road* 

Gross corporate income 

DEDUCTION'S FROM GROSS CORPORATE IXCOME— 

Interest accrued on funded debt 

Other interest 

Total deductions from gross corporate income 

Net corporate loss 

Balance for year carried forward to Dr. of profit and loss 

Balance debit for year 1909 

Balance debit June 30, 1910, to "General Balance Sheet" 



28,505.91 



60,000.00 
4,261.14 



2S.505.91 



64.261.14 



35. 755.23 



35,755.23 

10S.6S2.59 



144, 437. S2 



'Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway Company. 
COMPARATIVE GENERAL BALANCE SHEET. 



June 30, 1909. 



Total. 



June 30, 1910. Year Ending June 30, 1910. 



Total. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



S 2.500,000.00 Cost of road 

108, 682. 59 Profit and loss 

2.608,682.59 Grand total 

LIABILITIES. 

1,000,000.00 Capital stock 

1,500,000.00 Funded debt 

93,682.59 Working liabilities 

15,000.00 Accrued liabilities, not due 

2,608,682.59 Grand total 



$2,500,000.00 S 

144,437.82 35,755.23 



2,644,437.82 



1,000,000.00 

1,500,000.00 

129,437.82 

15,000.00 



35,755.23 



35,755.23 



2.60S.6S2.59 



35,755,23 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 493 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President- 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 



A. B. Andrews - 
H. W. Miller-— 
H. C. Ansley— 



Raleigh, N. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; L. A. Mahler, Raleigh, N. C; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, 
D. C; D. E. Everett, Raleigh, N. C; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; Graham H. Andrews, 
Raleigh, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Bushnell, N. C, to Fontana, N. C. 



13.90 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile- 
Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile- 
Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile - 



60,000.00 

2,305.00 

693, 000. 00 

26,623.00 
730,367.34 

28,058.68 



Operations included in report of Southern Railway Company. 

The above capital stock and funded debt on basis of mileage of line completed, of which there 
is not yet open for operation 12.13 miles. 



494 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 




Theo Parker-- - -- - 




H. W Miller- 


Raleigh N C 




C. L. Booth r 











DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; H. W. Miller, Raleigh, N. C; J. P. Swanson, Danville, Va.; R. A. 
Schoolfield, Danville, Va.; J. I. Pritchett, Danville, Va.; B. Frank Mebane, Spray, N. C; J. B. Spar- 
row, Martinsville, Va.; Pannill Rucker, Martinsville, Va.; D. W. Spencer, Martinsville, Va.; W. G. 
Lee, Spartanburg, S. C; J. H. Rangeley, Stuart, Va. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Trackage rights, Danville, Va., to Stokesland, Va. (miles) -- 

Owned Stokesland, Va., to Stuart, Va. (mires) 

Owned Leaksville Junction, Va., to Leaksville, N. C. (miles) 
Total 



5.00 
70.37 
7.63 



83.00 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



495 



CAPITAL STOCK. ETC. 



Capital stock 1 $ 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment ■ 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 1 

Operating expenses [ 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger-train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid, North Carolina 



368,600.00 

4,726.00 

2,297,774.00 

29,458.00 

1,709,483.25 

21,916.45 

139,886.75 

1,793.42 

23,709.87 

278,464.01. 

148, 410. 84 

130,053.17 

3,354.99 

1,788.08 

203,976.04 

72,146.14 

2,457.54 

113,355 

869.23 

2,341.83 

0.02.957 

443. 58 



Employees: Number, general officers, 5; office clerks, 7; station agents, 20; other stationmen, 20; 
enginemen, 5; firemen, 5; conductors, 5; other trainmen, 20; machinists, 5; carpenters, 11; other 
shopmen, 15; telegraph operators, 4; section foremen, 8; other trackmen, 67; other employees, 14. 
Total, 211. 



496 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN, ASHBORO AND SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



A. B. Andrews- 
Fairfax Harrison 

H. W. Miller 

H. C. Ansley 

A. H. Plant 



Raleigh, N. C, 
Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

R. F. Dalton, High Point, N. C; J. E. Cox, High Point, N. C; W. G. Bradshaw, High Point, 
N. C; A. N. Bulla, Randleman, N. C; W. P. Wood, Ashboro, N. C; J. E. Walker, Ashboro, N. C; 
A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; P. H. Morris, Ashboro, N. C; J. S. McAlister, Spray, N. C; W. H. 
Ragan, High Point, N. C; F. M. Pickett, High Point, N. O; J. E. Williamson, Worthville, N. O; 
T. J. Finch, Ashboro, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



High Point, Randleman, Ashboro and Southern Railroad, from High Point to Ash- 
boro (miles) 



26. 



Southern Railway operates through ownership of majority of the capital stock. 



CAPITAL STOCK AND FUNDED DEBT. 

FOR MILEAGE OWNED. 





Total 

Amount 

Outstanding. 


Amount Per Mile. 


Account. 


Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 249,900.00 
668,246.00 


26.80 
26.80 


$ 9,325.00 




24,935.00 






Total — -- — — - 


918,146.00 


26.80 


34,260.00 








651,900.00 


26.80 


24,324.63 







HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN, ASHBORO SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 497 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Net income from lease of road 

Interest on other securities, loans and accounts 

Gross corporate income 

Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 

Interest accrued on funded debt 

Net corporate income 

Balance for year carried forward to credit of profit and loss- 
Balance debit June 30, 1909 

Balance for year brought forward from income account 

Funded arrears of interest suspended 

Balance credit, June 30, 1910, to "General Balance Sheet" 



50,879.61 
1,519.85 



52,399.46 



37,432.29 



14,967.17 
14,967.17 
17,831.67 



14, 967. 17 
5,771.67 
2,907.17 



*Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway. 



COMPARATIVE GENERAL BALANCE SHEET. 



June 30, 1909. 


ASSETS. 


June 30, 1910. 


Year Ending- June 30, 1910. 


Total. 


Total. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


$ 651,900.00 
260,474.04 




$ 651,900.00 
266 245 71 


$. _____ 


$ 


Funded arrears of interest sus- 


5,771.67 
14,967.17 






14,967.17 




17, 831. 67 




17,831.67 








930,205.71 


933,112.88 


2,907.17 




LIABILITIES. 












249,900.00 

662,474.04 

5 771 67 




249,900.00 
668,245.71 








5,771.67 






5,771 67 






2,907.17 
12,060.00 


2,907.17 




12,060.00 








2,907.17 




930,205.71 


933,112.88 









Corp. 2- 



-32 



498 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




Charles M. Stedman 

A. H. Eller - - -- — 




Secretary and Treasurer 


Burlington, N. C. 
Charlotte N C 


Frank R. McNinch 







DIRECTORS. 

R. F. Hoke, Raleigh, N. C; B. Cameron, Raleigh, N. C; Charles M. Stedman, Greensboro, N. C; 
R. L. Holt, Burlington, N. C; S. C. Penn, Reidsville, N. C; Hugh McRae, Wilmington, N. C; W. E. 
Holt, Lexington, N. C; A. J. Ruffin, Hillsboro, N. O; C. C. Hargrave, Lexington, N. C; L. E. Heilig, 
Salisbury, N. C; T. S. Fleshman, Kernersville, N. C; D. J. Carpenter, Newton, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED BY LESSEE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



North Carolina Railroad, Goldsboro to Charlotte (miles) - 



223. 55 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Dividends declared, 7 per cent- 



$ 4,000,000.00 
280,000.00 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



400 



CURRENT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. 



Cash - -- -- -- - - 


ASSETS. 


$ 16,363.66 




317.95 




126,665.39 








Total 


143,347.00 




LIABILITIES. 






143,239.00 




108. 00 








Total - 


143,347.00 







COST OF ROAD, EQUIPMENT, ETC 

Cost to June 30, 1910 

Cost per mile 

Stocks owned 



$ 4,975,627.53 

22,257.34 

5,000.00 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 







$ 286,000.00 
6,393.31 




Salaries and maintenance of organization 


$ 5,957.98 
435.33 














Other Income- 




279,606.69 
8,034.27 














$ 287,640.96 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income— 




280,000.00 












Total - - — 




280,000.00 








Balance for year carried forward to credit of 


7,640.96 
846,321.18 


Balance credit June 30, 1909 - - -- 












Credit balance for "General Balance Sheet," 
June 30, 1910 - - 


853, 992. 14 









500 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



NORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

First Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



A. B. Andrews -- 
Fairfax Harrison 

H. W. Miller 

H. C Ansley 

A. H. Plant 



Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. P. McNeeley, Mooresville, N. C; F. M. Johnson, Mocksville, 
N. C; W. A. Bailey, Advance, N. C; J. W. Cannon, Concord, N. C; H. E. Fries, Salem, N. C; G. W. 
Hinshaw, Winston, N. C; R. J. Reynolds, Winston, N. C; O. B. Eaton, Mayor, Winston, N. C; J. F. 
Brawley, Mooresville, N. C; P. H. Hanes, Winston, N. C; J. W. Fries, Salem, N. C; H. W. Miller. 
Raleigh, N. C; J. L. Erwin, Concord, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



North Carolina Midland Railroad, Mooresville to Winston-Salem (miles) 



53.52 



NORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD. 



501 



CAPITAL STOCK AND FUNDED DEBT. 
FOR MILEAGE OWNED. 



Account. 


Total 

Amount 

Outstanding. 


Apportion- 
ment to 
Railroads. 


Amount Per Mile 
of Line. 




Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 924,000.00 
841,804.00 


All 

All - 


53.52 
53.52 


$ 17,265.00 
15,729.00 








Total - - - - - _ _ - 


1,765,804.00 




53.52 


32 994 00 









COST OF ROAD, CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT. 
Cost of road, construction and equipment, per mile, $32,230.94 , $ 1,725,000.00 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Gross income from lease of road* 

Gross corporate income 

Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 

Interest accrued on funded debt 

Total deductions from gross corporate income 

Net corporate income 

Balance for year carried to credit of profit and loss- 

Balance credit June 30, 1909 

Deductions— 

Applied to certificate of indebtedness 

Dividends — 3 per cent 

Southern Railway equipment rental 



Balance debit June 30, 1910, for "General Balance Sheet' 



$ 118,415.99 



50,508.23 



57,499.36 
27,720.00 
70,045.95 



118,415.99 



50,508.23 



67,907.76 



67, 907. 76 
85,219.36 



153,127.12 



155,265.31 



2,138.19 



*Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income reported by Southern Railway 
Company. 



502 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 






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504 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 



















DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. O; John S. Cunningham, Cunningham, N. C; C. W. Johnston, 
Charlotte, N. C; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. O; J. M. Currin, Oxford, N. C; R. L. Dibbrell, 
Danville, Va.; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; H. W. Miller, Raleigh, N. C; C. N. Freeman, 
Raleigh, N. C. Expiration of term, first Thursday following the fourth Saturday of November, 1910, 
or until their successors shall have been elected and shall have qualified. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



From State Line, N. C, to Mines (miles) - 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Current liabilities— balance 
Cost of road 

Cost per mile of line 



$ 50,000.00 

11,235.00 

62,211.08 

112,211.08 

25,215.97 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY CAROLINA DIVISION. 



505 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— CAROLINA DIVISION. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. Official Address. 

I. 

A. B. Andrews j Raleigh, N. C. 

W. W. Finley Washington, D. C. 

H. W.Miller Raleigh, N. C. 

H. C. Ansley | Washington, D. C. 

A. H. Plant Washington, D. C. 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



DIRECTORS. 

C. Fitzimmons, Columbia, S. C; J. C. Robertson, Columbia, S. O; Thomas Barrett, Jr., Augusta, 
Ga.; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N. C; Willie Jones, Columbia, S. C; J. W. Smith, Raleigh, N. C; A. B. 
Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; 
H. W. Miller, Raleigh, N. C; J. P. Matthews, Columbia, S. C; C. D. Mackay, Raleigh, N. C; J. J. 
Seibles, Columbia, S. C; Jas. H. Pou, Raleigh, N. C; J. D. Newsom, Raleigh, N. C. 



MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED-By States. 
(Single Track.) 



State. 


Line Owned. 


Total Mileage 


Main Line. 


Branches and 
Spurs. 


Owned. 




567.27 
106.05 

.86 


41.75 


609.02 

106. 05 
.86 












Total mileage owned (single track) 


674. 18 


41.75 


715. 93 



506 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 





Termini. 


Miles of 
Line. 




Name. 


From— 


To- 


Name of 
Lessee. 


Southern Railway — Carolina 


Cayce, S. C 

Alston, S. C 

Spartanburg 
Jet., S. C 

Charleston, S. C- 
Branchville, S.C.- 
Kingsville, S. C.- 
Perry, S. C 

Blacksburg, S. C- 


Hardeeville 

Spartanburg 


128.63 
67.93 

65.90 
136.92 

66.30 

208. 50 

7.64 

10.50 
5.20 
2.60 

15.81 

42.10 


1 






Augusta 

Columbia 


► So. Ry. Co. 




















Kaolin, S. C 

Sumter Jet., S.C.- 

Hendersonville, 
N. C 


Immaculate Mines 


) 


Transylvania Railroad 


Lake Toxaway — 


Total 


758 03 















SOUTHERN RAILWAY CAROLINA DIVISION. 



507 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount, 
Entire Line. 


Remarks. 


Investment to June 30, 1907— 

Road 


$15,687,565.47 
631,406.19 
234, 887. 15 




Investment since June 30, 1907 






16,553,858.81 
* 




Reserve for accrued depreciation— Gr. 


Southern Railway Company. 








16,553,858.81 
21,838.00 













*Included in report of Southern Railway. 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 
FOR MILEAGE OWNED. 



Account. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railroads. 


Amount Per Mile 
of Line. 




Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 4,176,200.00 
11,440,543.00 


All 

All 


715. 93 
715.93 


$ 5 833 00 




15 980.00 






Total . -- -- - - — 


15,615,743.00 




715. 93 


21 813 00 






' 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Net corporate income carried to credit of profit and loss 



$ 291,926.43 



508 



IS T . C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 




H. W. Miller 

H. C. Ansley 

A. H. Plant 









DIRECTORS. 

E. B. Barbee, Raleigh, N. C; K. P. Battle, Chapel Hill, N. C; J. S. Carr, Durham, N. O; T. S. 
Kenan, Raleigh, N. C; W. A. Erwin, Durham, N. C; J. C. Kilgo, Durham, N. O; J. H. Southgate, 
Durham, N. C; E. P. Venable, Chapel Hill, N. C; J. H. Pratt, Chapel Hill, N. C; A. B. Andrews, 
Raleigh, N. C. Expiration of term, until their successors are elected or appointed. 

RaAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



From University to Chapel Hill (miles). 



10.20 



Southern Railway operates through ownership of a majority of the capital stock. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Liabilities — audited vouchers - 



31,300.00 

3,069.00 

31,300.00 

160,198.41 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Gross income from lease of road* 

Gross corporate income 

Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 

Other interest 

Net corporate loss 

Balance for year carried to debit of profit and loss 

Balance debit June 30, 1909 

Balance debit June 30, 1910, to "General Balance Sheet' 



5,039.98 



5,039.98 



9,947. 



4,908.00 



4,908.00 
160,198.41 



165,106.41 



'Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway. 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



511 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Cornelia, Ga. 
Cornelia, Ga. 






Secretary 


H W Miller - - - 


H C Ansley -- - -- 




A H Plant 


Assistant Auditor 


W. C. Plant 







DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; H. W. Miller, Raleigh, N. C; C. D. Mackay, Raleigh, N. C. 
Fairfax Harrison, Washington, D. C; J. T. Peyton, Cornelia, Ga.; Edwin Luckett, Cornelia, Ga. 
Hamilton McWhorter, Athens, Ga.; John R. White, Athens, Ga.; Billups Phinizy, Athens, Ga. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Tallulah Falls Railway Company, Cornelia, Ga., to Franklin, N. C. (miles) -- 
Tallulah Falls Railway Company, Ga., State Line to Franklin, N. C. (miles) - 



58.00 
14.50 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total Par 
Value Au- 
thorized. 


Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing. 


Total Par 
Value 
Held by 

Respond- 
ent in 

Treasury. 


Total Par 
Value Not 
Held by 
Respond- 
ent. 




2,500 
2,500 


$ 100 
100 


$ 250,000 
250,000 


$ 200,000 
127,500 


$ 


$ 200,000 


Preferred 


4,100 


123,400 


Total - - -- -- - -- 


5,000 




500,000 


327,500 


4,100 


323, 400 







Purpose of the Issue. 


Total Number 

of Shares 
Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 


Remarks. 


Issued for purchase of railway or ) 


2,000 
1,000 

275 


No record. 
No record. 

No record. 


Common. 


Issued for acquisition of securities 


Preferred. 

Issued to retire second 
mortgage income bonds. 


Total 


3,275 











5.12 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FUNDED DEBT. 





Term. 


Total Par 

Value 

Authorized. 


Total Par 
Value Out- 
standing. 


Total Par 
Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent. 


Interest. 


of Bond or 
Obligation. 


° o 

4-> cn 


° i >> 




When 
Payable. 


Amount 

Accrued 

During the 

Year. 


First mort- 
gage bonds- 


1909 


1959 


$ 4,000,000 


$ 1,454,000 


$ 1,454,000 


5 


May-Sept. 


$ 72,700.00 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total Par 
Value Out- 
standing. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per 
■ 
Miles. 


Mile of Line. 
Amount. 




$ 327,500 
1,454,000 


All 


58.00 
58.00 


$ 5, 647 
25,068 




All 






Total 


1,781,500 




58.00 


30,715 







RECEIVERS' CERTIFICATES. 



Date Issued. 



April 15, 1908 

August 3, 1908 

August 7, 1908 

September 15, 1908 
Total 



Amount 
Issued. 



$ 52,600.00 
2,200.00 
7,500.00 
2,500.00 



64,800.00 



Amount Out- 
standing. 



$ 52,600.00 
2,200.00 
7,500.00 
2,500.00 



64,800.00 



Interest. 



Amount Ac- 
crued Dur- 
ing the Year 
Charged to 
Income. 



$ 3,156 

132 
450 
150 



3,5 



Amount 

Paid During 

the Year. 



3,156 
132 
450 
150 



3,5 



TALLULATI FALLS RAILWAY. 



513 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 



Account. 



From Current 
Funds. 



From Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 



Total. 



Real estate 

Track fastenings and other material 

Fencing- right of way 

Interlocking apparatus 

Shops, enginehouses and turntables - 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Miscellaneous structures 

Equipment 

Total— entire line 



4,123.20 



4,123.20 



25.00 
1,571.22 

82.82 
11.11 
90.13 

167.86 
11.48 

828. 12 



2, 787. 74 



$ 6,912.94 

*2,084.71 



4,826.23 



*The deduction of $2,084.71 represents a credit to additions and betterments for the year on 
account of adjustment of equipment account to the basis of actual cost as of June 30, 1909. 



Corp. 2- 



-33 



514 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— INVESTMENT SINCE JUNE 30, 1907. 



Account. 


Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments During 
the Year. 


Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1909. 


Total 
Expenditures, 
July 1, 1907, to 
June 30, 1910. 


Road— 


$ •____ 


$ 1,323.61 


$ 1, 323. 61 




25.00 




*88.37 
*35.36 


*88 37 




1,571.22 
82.82 
11.11 
90.13 
167.86 
11.48 
828.12 


1 535 86 




82 82 




56.21 


67 32 




90 13 






167 86 




222.33 


233 81 




828 12 




440,574.59 


440,574.59 








Total - - -- 


2,787.74 


442,053.01 


444 840 75 






Equipment- 


4,123.20 


5,724.20 


9 847 40 






General Expenditures— 




50 883 56 


50 883 56 






*22. 53 
50,861.03 


*23. 53 








Total — - - 




50,861.03 








RECAPITULATION. 

Road 


2, 787. 74 
4,123.20 


442,053.01 

5,724.20 

50,861.03 


444,840.75 
9, 847. 40 




50,861.03 










6,910.94 
t*2, 084.71 




505 549 18 






t*2,084.71 










4,826.23 


498,638.24 


503,464.47 







tThe deduction of $2,084.71 represents a credit to additions and betterments for the year on 
account of adjustment of equipment account to the basis of actual cost as of June 30, 1909. 
*Credit. 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



15 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907— 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 
Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



$ 1,090,288.54 
41,307.24 
503,464.47 



1,635,060.25 
6,650.49 



1,628,409.76 
28,076.03 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income— 








Rail operations: 










$ 113,698.34 
74,363.39 








$ 39,334.95 






















39,334.95 
2,300.00 




















$ 37, 034. 95 


Other Income- 












423.52 














423. 52 












37,458.47 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 








Other rents— Debits: 










4,272.66 


4,272.66 


















72,700.00 
3,888.00 
















Total deductions from gross corporate income- 




80,860.66 








43,402.19 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income— 








Appropriations for additions and betterments: 










2,787.74 


2,787.74 












2,787.74 
46,189.93 


Balance for year carried forward to debit of 








1 ' 





516 



K". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 




$ 234,738.65 
46,189.93 












Deductions for Year: 






Sundry prior claims purchased and miscellaneous accounts 


695.85 






Adjustment of equipment to basis of actual value as of June 30, 
1909 


5,912.97 












287,537.40 




Balance debit, June 30, 1910, carried to general balance sheet- 




$ 


287,537.40 





OPERATING REVENUES-State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation— 

Freight revenue 

Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 

Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation— 

Station and train privileges 

Storage— freight 

Storage— baggage 

Car service 

Telegraph and telephone service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation 

Total operating revenues— State 

Total operating revenues— entire line 



),397.79 



5,202.38 

70.82 

814. 56 

433.75 



6,521.51 



534. 00 
325.11 



16,778.41 



50.00 
40.96 
, 3.20 
140.00 
202.75 
14.00 



450.91 



17,229.32 



113,698.34 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



517 



SECURITIES OWNED-STOCKS. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 





Unpledged. 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


Total Par 
Value. 


Cost or Book 
Value. 


Railway Companies— Inactive— 


$ 350,000.00 


$ 1.00 




Total 


350,000.00 


1.00 







SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 



Par Value. 



Stocks— 

Stocks of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral 

Stocks of railway companies — inactive 

Total 



$ 4,100.00 

350,000.00 



354,100.00 



518 



ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line. 



Account. 



Amount. 






o feS 

Eh M . 
o d oj 

•2 Si 

sax 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ties L 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Bridges, trestles and culverts 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle-guards and signs. 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures and grounds 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Total — Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger-train cars — repairs . 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars— repairs 

Freight-train cars — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Stationery and printing 

Total — Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Advertising 

Stationery and printing 

Total — Traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Station supplies and expenses 



2,072.67 

2,331.16 

318.35 

11,221.59 

9,614.52 

22.03 

10.00 

129.62 

540.97 

115.25 

113.42 

27.85 



7.82 

8.79 

1.20 

42.32 

36.26 

.08 

.03 

.49 

2.04 

.44 

.43 

.10 



26,517.43 



100.00 



2,349.81 

3,947.37 

578.03 

938.81 

225.00 

775.89 

118.20 

96.80 

79.56 

17.39 

11.34 



9,138.20 



1,129.47 

58.25 

225.94 



1,413. 



1,207.91 
745.00 

8,056.75 
320.28 



25.71 

43.20 

6.33 

10.27 

2.46 

8.49 

1.30 

1.06 

.87 

.19 

.12 



100.00 



79.90 
4.12 
15.98 



100.00 



3.85 

2.38 

25.70 

1.02 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



519 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line— Continued. 



Account. 



Transportation Expenses— Continued. 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Road enginemen 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Stationery and printing 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Total— Transportation expenses 

General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — General expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 65.41 per 
cent. 



Amount. 



24.50 

28.24 

3,907.82 

10,962.69 

123.29 

143.55 

38.59 

3,772.56 

398.89 

53.61 

308.73 

638.74 

210.52 

28.00 

8.00 

312.00 

59.40 



31,349.07 



1,837.90 
1,946.68 
241.84 
722.27 
896.06 
175.28 
125.00 



,945.03 



26,517.43 
9,138.20 
1,413.66 

31,349.07 
5,945.03 



74,363.39 



2 « 1 



.09 

12.47 

34.97 

.39 

.46 

.12 

12.04 

1.27 

.17 

.99 

2.04 

.67 

.09 

.02 

.99 

.19 



100.00 



30.92 

32.74 

4.07 

12.15 

15.07 

2.95 

2.10 



100.00 



o £K 

Eh m 

2-1 « 
.2£§ 

ef ft* 



520 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line-Concluded. 



Account. 


Amount. 


1. 

H o3 - 

03 O 


O -5 

H w - 

.2 Si 

+_ a) a 
o3 a'x 
PhOH 


Operating Expenses — State of North Carolina — 
Maintenance of way and structures _ 


$ 2,876.55 

2,275.66 

353.22 

7,463.49 

1,442.57 




19.96 


Maintenance of equipment. _ _ _ _ _ _ 




15 79 


Traffic expenses ___________ _ _ __ 




2 45 


Transportation expenses _ __ 




51 79 


General expenses _ _ _ _ _ _ 




10.01 








Total operating expenses ________ 


14,411.49 




100.00 








Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 83.65 per 
cent. 









TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



521 



MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 



Source of Income. 


Gross 
Income. 


Expenses. 


Net Mis- 
cellaneous 
Income. 


Repairing engine No. 4 sold to Blue Ridge Railway 

Cross-ties sold to Hart well Railway _ 


$ 500.00 
810.00 


$ 211.48 
675.00 


$ 288.52 
135 00 






Total 


1,310.00 


886.48 


423.52 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 
EQUIPMENT LEASED. 



Kind of Equipment. 


Name of Lessee. 


Number of 
Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Accrued Receivable — 

Engine No. 4 _ . _ _ _ . 


Blue Ridge Railway 

Blue Ridge Railway 


1 

4 


$ 787.00 


Ditching machine and outfit _ 


730.00 






Total _ _ __ _ 


5 


1,517.00 









Kind of Equipment. 


Name of Lessor. 


Number of 
Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Accrued Payable — 

Locomotive No. 23 _ _ 


Southern Railway 


1 


S 915.00 







EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive Days 
or Car Days. 


Locomotive Miles 
or Car Miles. 


Total 
Compen- 
sation. 




Number. 


Rate. 


Number. Rate. 




Accrued on Equipment Bor- 
rowed — 

Passenger-train cars _ 




$ ... 


6,481 


$.01£ and .03 


$ 173.32 


Freight-train cars 


18,239 


.25 and .30 


4,891.25 












Total 


18,239 




6,481 




5,064.57 








Accrued on Equipment 
Loaned — 

Passenger-train cars _ _ 






640 


.03 


19.20 


Freight-train cars. 


657 


.25 and .30 


173.70 


Total 












657 




640 




192.90 



522 



29". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Equipment leased 

Equipment interchanged. 

Private cars 

Total 

Balance 



Amount 
Receivable. 



$ 1,517.00 

192.90 



1,709.90 



Amount 
Payable. 



915.00 
5,064.57 

2.99 



5,982.56 
4,272.66 



TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS. 





Ad Valorem 
Tax on the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property. 


Specific Tax. 




State. 


On Stocks, 

Bonds, 
Loans, Etc. 


On Traffic, or 

Some Physical 

Quality of 

Property 

Operated, or 

on Privilege. 


Total. 


Georgia 

North Carolina 


$ 1,364.00 
807.00 


$ 50.00 


$ 50.00 
29.00 


$ 1,464.00 
836.00 








Total 


2,171.00 


50.00 


79.00 









TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY, 



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524 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



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526 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



Number 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



General officers 5 

Other officers ! 10 

General office clerks 8 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 1 

Other trackmen 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Total (including general officers) j 76 

Less general officers ; 5 

Total (excluding general officers)--. 
Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures. _. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total (including general officers) 76 

Less general officers J 5 

Total (excluding general officers) ; 71 

Total (including general officers) — entire; 

line 122 



464 
912 
622 



3 


1,095 


1 


365 


5 


313 


4 


254 


3 


241 


12 


510 


1 


14 


2 


66 


7 


337 


2 


730 


8 


1,821 


3 


276 


2 


18 



464 



7,574 



510.00 

1,246.24 
835.44 

1,560.00 
240.00 
760.97 
364.75 
469.11 

. 553.26 

41.62 

111.82 

435.97 

960.00 

1,821.00 

216.25 

27.09 



5,038 ! 10,153.52 

464 ' 510.00 



510.00 



9,643.52 



1.10 
1.37 
1.34 
1.42 

.66 
2.43 
1.43 
1.95 
1.09 
2.97 
1.69 
1.29 
1.32 
1.00 

.78 
1.51 
1.26 
1.10 



71 ! 


7,574 


9,643.52 


1.27 


12! 


2,617 


2,892.82 


1.11 


8 1 


351 


477.59 


1.36 


33 


3,072 


4,191.43 


1.36 


23 


1,998 


2,591.68 


1.29 








1 9fi 



1.10 
1.27 



33 #89 



42,890.31 



1.28 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



D2_'rf 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 


Passengers, 

Tonnage, 

Etc. 


Revenue 


and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic — 




Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills. 


Number of passengers carried earning revenue 


68,566 








Number of passengers carried one mile 


1,174,513 

20,250 
17.13 








Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of 
road _ _ _ _ 









Average distance carried (miles) . 








Total passenger revenue _ _ 




35,102 


99 




Average amount received from each passenger- 






51 


1.96 


Average receipts per passenger per mile 






02 


9.89 


Total passenger service train revenue _ 




40,500 


31 




Passenger service train revenue per mile of road _ _ 




698 


28 
76 




Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 




8.19 


Freight Traffic — 










Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue. 


62,640 . 








Number of tons carried one mile 


2,497,469 . 
43,060 . 

39.87 . 








Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 








Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 








Total freight revenue _ _ _ 




66,086 

1 


18 
05 




Average amount received for each ton of freight 




5.02 


Average receipts per ton per mile 






02 


6.46 


Freight revenue per mile of road_ . _ 


_-_ .- .. ; 


1,139 
3 


42 
63 




Freight revenue per train-mile _ 




3.90 


Total Traffic — 






Operating revenues 




113,698 


34 




Operating revenues per mile of road _ _ . 




1,960 

1 

74,363 


32 
60 
39 




Operating revenues per train-mile _ 




4.48 


Operating expenses 


: 1 




Operating expenses per mile of road _ _ _ 




1,282 


13 




Operating expenses per train- mile 




1 


04 


9.40 


Net operating revenue 




39,334 


9.5 




Net operating revenue per mile of road _____ 




678 


19 











528 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Passengers, 

Tonnage, 

Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue. 
Number of passengers carried one mile 



Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of 
road 



Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue. 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road_ . 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) '__. 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight- _. 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train -mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue 

Net operating revenue per mile of road 



15,700 
185,776 

12,812 
11.83 



31,994 

428,251 

29,534 

13.39 



Dollars. 



Cts. 



5,202 



6,521 
449 



Mills. 



9,397 j 79 
I 29 



17,229 
1,188 



14,411 
993 



2,817 
194 



32 



1.36 
8.00 



3.74 
1.94 



• 8.18 



23 





98 


3.52 


49 





90 




82 


2.67 


83 




33 






TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



529 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 

135 

7 

127 

37 

4 

130 

60 


Whole Tons. 

571 

596 

1,083 

67 


Whole Tons. Per Cent. 
706 2.21 


Flour 


603 1.89 




1,210 3.77 


Hay 


104 j .33 




4 .01 




11 

7 


141 .44 


Other products of agriculture 


67 .21 






Total -- 


500 


2,335 


2,835 , 8.86 






Products of Animals — 
Live stock 


477 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 


7 
42 


484 1.51 


Dressed meats 


43 
1 

1 
3 
12 


.14 


Other packing-house products 

Poultry, game and fish 








Wool 




.01 


Hides and leather 


7 


.04 


Other products of animals 










Total __ 


489 


56 


545 1.70 






Products of Mines — 
Bituminous coal _ 


11 

57 
589 
481 


244 


255 

57 

1,495 

481 


.80 


Ores 


.18 


Stone, sand and other like articles 

Other products of mines 


v 906 


4.67 
1.50 








TotaL 


1,138 


1,150 


2,288 7.15 






Products of Forests — 
Lumber 


13,455 
6,170 


444 


13,899 43 44 


Other products of forests 


6,170 19.29 








Total 


19,625 


444 


20,069 j 62 73 






Manufactures— 

Petroleum and other oils 


10 
1 

11 

112 

2 

174 


168 
208 


178 56 


Sugar 


209 65 


Iron, pig and bloom _ 


■ 
11 03 


Other castings and machinery 
Bar and sheet metal 


10 

5 

1,159 


122 ! .38 

7 02 


Cement, brick and lime 


1,333 ' 4.17 



530 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Commodity. 



Freight 



Freight 
Received 
from 



5*W£ nB Connecting Total 



on This 
Road 



Roads and 
Other 



Freight Tonnage. 







Carriers. 






Manufactures — Continued. 


Whole Tons. 
7 
6 
2 

84 
937 


Whole Tons. 

13 

9 

7 

44 

1,076 


Whole Tons. 

20 

15 

9 

128 

2,013 


Per Cent. 
.06 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc. _ 


.05 


Wines, liquors and beers_ 


.03 


Household goods and furniture 


.40 
6.30 






Total 


1,346 


2,699 


4,045 


12.65 


Merchandise. _ _ 


34 
52 


1,775 
351 


1,809 
403 


5.65 


Miscellaneous — 

Other commodities not mentioned 
above 


1.26 


Total tonnage — State 


23,184 


8,810 


31,994 


100.00 


Total tonnage — entire line 


45,104 


17,536 


62,640 


100.00 



TALLULAIL FALLS RAILWAY. 



.31 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number Number 

on Added 

June 30, During 

1909. Year. 



Number Number 
Retired : on 
During June 30, 
Year. ; 1910. 



Number Fitted 
with — 



Train I Automatic 
Brake. Coupler. 



Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 

Passenger 

Freight 

Total locomotives in service- 
Total locomotives owned 

Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 

First-class cars 

Baggage, express and postal 
cars 

Other cars in passenger service 

Total 

In Freight Service — 

Flat cars 

In Company's Service — 

Gravel cars 

Caboose cars 1 

Other road cars 

Total 



4 
4 


2 
2 


1 

1 


5 
5 


5 

5 


5 
5 


3 




3 

2 

1 


3 



3 


2 




2 


, 





6 . 




6 


5 

9 

1 
2 

8 


5 


11 

1 . 


2 


9 

1 
2 
8 


9 
1 


2 ... . 




2 


. . , 




8 









Total cars in service 


26 


2 1 


2 


26 j 


25 | 


25 


Total cars owned 


26 


2 I 


2 


26 | 


25 


25 



MILEAGE— Entire Line. 
MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED— (All Tracks). 



Line in Use. 


Line 
Owned — 
Main Line. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


Rails- 
Steel. 


Miles of single track _ _ _ _ _ _ 


58.00 
4.58 


58.00 
4.58 


58.00 


Miles of yard track and sidings.- 


4.58 






Total mileage operated (all tracks) 


62.58 


62.58 


62.58 







532 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



( MILEAGE— Entire Line— Continued. 

MILEAGE OF LINE, BY STATES— (Single Track). 



State. 


Line 
Owned — 
Main Line. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


Rails — 

Steel. 


Georgia 


43.50 
14.50 


43.50 
14.50 


43 50 


North Carolina _ 


14 50 






Total mileage operated (single track) 


58.00 


58.00 


58 00 







MILEAGE— State of North Carolina. 
MILEAGE "OF ROAD OPERATED— (All Tracks). 



Line in Use. 


Line 
Owned — ■ 
Main Line. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


Rails — 
Steel. 


Miles of single track 


14.50 
1.15 


14.50 
1.15 


14.50 


Miles of yard track and sidings 


1.15 


Total mileage operated (all tracks) 


15.65 


15.65 


15.65 







RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— State of North Carolina. 



Kind. 


Number. 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, Cents. 


First-class oak 


579 
79 
347 


31 


Second-class oak 


1 


Chestnut 


25 






TotaL _. __ 


1,005 


28 







CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES— State of North Carolina. 



Locomotives. 



Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous — 

Tons. 



Total Fuel 

Consumed— 

Tons. 



I Average 
Miles Run. c « d 

Per Mile. 



Revenue Service— 

Freight 

Passenger « 

Mixed 

Special 

Nonrevenue service 

Total 

Average cost at distributing point. 





454 


454 


4,225 


214.91 




379 


379 


12,861 


58.93 




34 


34 


319 


213.16 




12 


12 


113 


212.39 




79 


79 


329 


480.24 




958 


958 


17,847 


107.35 


$ 


3.14 















YADKIN RAILROAD. 



533 



YADKIN RAILROAD COMPANY. 

(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President-- 


A. B. Andrews 

Theodore F. Kluttz 

H. W. Miller _ 

H. C. Ansley 

A. H. Plant 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Vice President _ 


Salisbury, N. C. 


Secretary- _ 


Raleigh, N. C. 


Treasurer _ 


Washington, D. C. 


Auditor 


Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

D. W. Julian, Salisbury, N. O; J. S. Henderson, Salisbury, N. C; L. W. Sanders, Charlotte, 
N. O; S. H. Hearne, Albemarle, N. O; J. M. Morrow, Albemarle, N. O; D. N. Bennett, Nor- 
wood, N. O; A. H. Boyden, Salisbury, N. O; J. M. Odell, Concord, N. O; A. B. Andrews, 
Raleigh, N. O; Walter Murphy, Salisbury, N. C; J. W. Cannon, Concord, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Yadkin Railroad, from Salisbury, N. C, to Norwood, N. C. (miles) 



41.00 



Southern Railway operates through ownership of a majority of the capital stock. 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Net income from lease of road* 1 

Interest on other securities, etc 


$ 40,693.24 
865.08 


$ 




Gross corporate income 




41,558.32 


Deduction from Gross Corporate Income — 
Interest accrued on funded debt 




73,147.58 








Net corporate loss - 




31,589.26 








Balance debit June 30, 1909- _________ 




75,603.61 


Additions to profit and loss account — funded arrears of interest 
suspended _ _ 




66,378.61 








Balance ^ebit June 30, 1910, to general balance sheet 




40,814.24 









*Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway. 



534 



X. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Funded debt 

Capital stock per mile (41.00 miles) 
Funded debt per mile (41.00 miles) 

Cost of road 

Cost of road per mile 



$ 625,000.00 

1,339,952.00 

. 15,244.00 

32,682.00 

1,240,000.00 

30,244.00 



COMPARATIVE GENERAL BALANCE SHEET. 



June 30, 1909. 



Total. 



June 30, 1910. Year Ending June 30, 1910. 



Total. 



Increase. Decrease. 



$ 1,240,000.00 Cost of road. 



658,572.96 I Funded arrears of interest sus- 
pended 



75,603.61 



1,947,176.57 



Profit and loss 

Grand total 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital stock, _ _, 



625,000.00 
1 , 273 , 572 . 96 Fun ded debt _ _ 
66,378.61 Current liabilities 



9,225.00 Accrued interest on funded debt 
not yet payable 



1,974,176.57 



Grand total 



$ 1,240,000.00 $ ; $. 

724,951.57 66,378.61 : -_- 



625,000.00 

1,339,951.57 

31,589.26 

9,225.00 



2,005,765.83 



40,814.26 L 




34,789.35 








2,005,765.83 


31,589.26 ;.. 











66,378.61 



31,589.26 



34,789.35 



ABERDEEN AND ASHBORO RAILROAD. 



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MISCELLANEOUS RAILROADS. 



Aberdeen and Ashboro Railroad Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President, General Freight and Passenger Agent. _ 


Henry A. Page 

J. R. Page 


Aberdeen, N. C. 
Biscoe, N. C. 




Mary E. Page 

T. J. Jerome 

Frank Page 


Aberdeen, N. C. 


Attorney 


Salisbury, N. C. 


Auditor 


Biscoe, N. C. 







DIRECTORS. 

Henry A. Page, Aberdeen, N. C; Robert N. Page, J. R. Page, Frank Page, Biscoe, N. O; 
W. H. Page, New York, N. Y.; Mary E. Page, Emma C. Page, Aberdeen, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



Aberdeen and Ashboro — from Aberdeen to Ashboro, N. C. (miles) 

Aberdeen and Ashboro — Biscoe to Mount Gilead (miles) 

Aberdeen and Ashboro — West End to Jackson Springs (miles) — 

Carthage and Pinehurst — Carthage to Pinehurst (miles) 

Total (miles) 



56.00 

22.00 

4.00 

12.00 



94.00 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock — common — number of shares authorized 

Par value of shares 

Total amount issued and outstanding 

Dividends declared durin g the year 

Capital stock per mile (82.00 miles) 

Funded debt • 

Bonds per mile (82.00 miles) : 



6,700 

100.00 

270,000.00 

27,000.00 

3,292.68 

164,000.00 

2,000.00 



536 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION". 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating revenues 

Operating expenses _V 

Net operating revenue 

Taxes accrued 

Operating income 

Deductions — 

Rents accrued for lease of other roads 

Hire of equipment . 

Interest on funded debt 

Total deductions from income ■_ 

Net corporate income 

Dividends declared — 10 per cent on common stock 

Expended during year for additions and betterments. 
Balance for year to profit and loss 



$ 219,817.40 
147,495.39 



$ 72,322.01 

3,767.59 

68,554.81 



2,250.00 
9,445.22 
6,500.00 



18,195.59 



50,359.59 
27,000.00 
21,901.33 



1,458.26 



OPERATIN( 


_ REVENUES. 




Freight revenue. _ _ _ 


$ 168,393.30 








Passenger revenue _ _ 


41,685 42 


Mail revenue _ _ _ _ _ 


5,228.60 


Express revenue __ .. _____ __ 


2,610.08 


Other passenger train revenue _ 


1,900.00 








Total passenger service train revenues 


51,424.10 








Total operating revenues. _ 


219,817.40 







ABERDEEN AND ASHBORO RAILROAD. 



OPERATING EXPENSES. 



Account. 

Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Maintenance of roadway and track _• 

Maintenance of track structures 

Total — Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Locomotives — repairs 

Cars — repairs 

New machinery 

Total — Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses — 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Station service 

Road enginemen 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Other road locomotive supplies and expenses . 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Injuries to persons 

Loss and damage 

Other casualties 

All other transportation expenses 

Total — Transportation expenses 

General Expenses — 

Administration : 

Insurance • 

Total — General expenses t 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses - 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, 6.9 per cent 



Amount. 



$ 840.00 

45,323.49 

1,000.00 



47,163.49 



11,857.23 
2,338.78 
2,415.25 



16,611.26 



803.55 



9,696.30 


33,882.84 


1,575.24 


12,261.59 


724.51 


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